MAAQ1001 - Annual Report 2011

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This report covers the period 01/01/11 to 31/12/11

In brief Programme outcome In line with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies’ (IFRC) Strategy 2020, the expected outcome of the IFRC in Iraq is to strengthen capacity of the Iraq Red Crescent to deliver services aimed at enhancing community resilience to disasters and public health emergencies. This includes protecting livelihoods and strengthening the capacity to recover from disasters and crises, enabling a healthy and safe living, promoting social inclusion and a culture of non-violence and peace.
This will be based on integrated planning, designing, packaging, marketing and implementation of Disaster Management, Shelter, CBHFA, Road safety, WatSan and strengthening the Institutional capacity of IRCS to improve programming and implementation under a comprehensive Recovery Programme and the IRCS Migration project. This strategic direction is part of the Better Programming Initiative (BPI), as required under the Framework agreement between the Federation and the Swedish Red Cross, signed by the Heads of the two institutions in July 2011.