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CCCM CLUSTER IRAQ

CCCM Cluster Iraq

Iraq is experiencing ongoing displacement, with around 200,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) living in formal camps and over 100,000 IDPs living in informal sites throughout the country. From the initial displacement of 3 million persons from 2014 onwards, mass returns to areas of origin have occurred. However, there still remains a significant need to support those still displaced with humanitarian assistance.

 

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IRAQ - IDP CAMP POPULATION OVERVIEW
Formal Settlement map
Informal Sites Mapping | June 2021
Iraq - Camp Departure Follow Up Survey
ONLINE INTERACTIVE MAPS

Formal Site Monitoring Tools (draft) (August 2020 )

The mapping is produced twice a year. It visualizes the FSMT data and facilitates the user to filter the data for different sectoral conditions within the site.

Click here to access the Online FSMT Map.

Risk Assessment Site Priority (REACH Oct 2019 Assessment)

The RASP (Risk Assessment Site Priority) is the technical tool of the CCCM Cluster which captures data from informal settlements and provides location specific information about the population, their living conditions and humanitarian needs. CCCM Cluster partner REACH conducted assessment based on DTM ILA baseline data for informal settlements.

Click here to access the Online RASP map.

Rapid Risk Assessment Site Priority Tool (Cluster Partners Assessment Nov 2019 – Jan 2020

The RAPID RASP is a real-time emergency site prioritization tool to assess the immediate needs and risks in new or existing informal sites to understand their living conditions and humanitarian needs.

Click here to access the Online Rapid RASP Map.

CCCM CLUSTER IRAQ CONTACTS

NATIONAL

Full Name Position Duty Station Email Address Phone Number
Kate Holland (UNHCR) CCCM Cluster Coordinator Erbil holland@unhcr.org +964 770 494 5099
Lauren McCarthy (IOM) CCCM Cluster Co-Coordinator Erbil lamccarthy@iom.int
Mohamed Ahmed (UNHCR) Associate Information Management Officer Erbil ahmohame@unhcr.org
Fouad Rahman (IOM) Information Management Officer Erbil frahman@iom.int +964 7507802662

SUB NATIONAL

Full Name Position Duty Station Email Address Phone Number
Layth Al-Azzawi Sub-National Cluster Coordinator (Center South) Baghdad alazzawi@unhcr.org +964 780 195 3136
Layth Al-Azzawi Baghdad, Diyala, Kerbala & Anbar CCCM Focal Point Baghdad alazzawi@unhcr.org +964 780 195 3136
Sameer Al-Juboori Salah Al-Din & Kirkuk CCCM Focal Point Kirkuk aljuboos@unhcr.org +964 7709328724
Zuhair Lazgeen Duhok CCCM Focal Point Duhok lazgeen@unhcr.org +964 750 413 1629
Hawre Abdullahi Erbil CCCM Focal Point Erbil abdullah@unhcr.org +964 7504455829
Kamaran Ali Sulaymaniah CCCM Focal Point Sulaymaniah alik@unhcr.org +964 770 158 7655
CCCM Google Formal Settlement links
REACH Camp Profiles
CCCM Partners
UNHCR REACH IOM/DTM DRC IOM NRC MoDM BCF BLUMONT ACTED
  وصلات
Common Operational Datasets Registry
The Common Operational Datasets (CODs) are critical datasets that are used to support the work of humanitarian actors across multiple sectors. They are considered a de facto standard for the humanitarian community and should represent the best-availble datasets for each theme.
Common Operational Datasets Registry Syria
IOM DTM Iraq
Displacement tracking matrix
Iraq IDP Camp Profiling Report - Round XII - Aug 2019
MFA, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Instant announcement of Minister's statements or press briefings
UNHCR Registration Trends for Syrians
March 2011 - 18 Dec 2012
unhcr.org in Turkey
UNHCR Office public site
unhcr.org on Syria