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.
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.
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.