5.2 million people are in need of humanitarian aid (Strategic Response Plan)
2.6 million people are displaced (IOM)
WFP Iraq Funding Requirements:
- April to June 2015: US$45 million (Fast-Track Priorities)
- April to September 2015: US$250 million (WFP Emergency Operation shortfall)
Special Operation: US$9 million (Fast-Track Priorities
WFP is providing emergency food assistance to people fleeing military operations in the Tikrit area of Salah al- Din. Working with Rapid Response Mechanism (RRM) partners, it has assisted approximately 48,760 people who have been internally displaced in Salah al-Din with three- day Immediate Response Rations (IRRs).
Partnering with the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), WFP was the first international organization to provide relief to some 17,500 people returning to the formerly militant- held Muqdadiya area of Diyala governorate, which saw fierce fighting at the end of 2014.
When 400 families escaped Mosul, WFP and DRC provided them with emergency food assistance quickly in Ninewa governorate, through the RRM.