03 May 2017
Following the 2016 Second Standard Allocation of the Iraq Humanitarian Pooled Fund (IHPF), the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) commissioned a study to document lessons learned on behalf of the NGO community in Iraq. The overarching purpose is to enable NGO expertise and know-how, particularly as the first responders and primary operational actors on the ground, to contribute to ongoing discussions to ensure the IHPF is fit for purpose.   Research paper can be downloaded below.
16 Apr 2017
The NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) is a member-led NGO coordination platform of currently 120 international and local NGO Members and 7 Observers. Founded in Baghdad in April 2003 by a group of international NGOs looking to establish a neutral, independent space for NGOs to coordinate humanitarian activities in Iraq, membership was opened for local NGOs in 2005. Throughout the years, NCCI mission, structure and objectives continuously evolved to adapt to the changing circumstances in Iraq. As the main NGO coordination body in Iraq NCCI has three strategic objectives: coordination and information sharing, advocacy, and support services and capacity building for NGOs. NCCI has two main offices in Iraq (Erbil and Baghdad), sub-offices in Basrah and Geneva (Switzerland) and…
28 Feb 2017

NCCI: Mail Lists & Skype Groups

Tuesday, 28 February 2017
NCCI: Mail Lists & Skype Groups Please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be included or removed from the various mailing lists, indicating the name and job title of the person(s) to be added. General  Information  Heads of Mission Email list All NCCI members and observers receive information from high level, strategic meetings and fora; invitations to high level meetings;  Membership limited to Head of Mission/Delegated Representative Automatically added to the list upon joining NCCI. CD skype group Added upon request – send email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. * Note: The Country Director mail list & skype group are limited to one Country Director + one Deputy Country Director/Delegated Representative per organization. All other lists are open for an unlimited number of…
On the 18th of October the United Nations delivered a joint press release on partners delivering assistance for displaced families from Mosul. The press release states that NGOs and local responders are critical to the response on the ground. The United Nations works closely with humanitarian partners and implements many of their programmes and distributions via national and international NGOs. The majority of these NGO partners are active members of the NGO Coordination Committee of Iraq for Iraq (NCCI).
As of 22 October, the International Organization for Migration recorded 5,070 people displaced by military operations close to Mosul using its emergency tracking matrix (ET). People continue to move south away from the conflict areas towards Qayyarah, and new displacement channels have been recorded towards Debaga camp, south-east of Mosul, and towards Zelikan camp in the east. The majority of displaced people recorded in the ET are sheltering in host communities close to Qayyarah. The situation is fluid, and the numbers of displaced people are fluctuating as the front lines move. On 21 October, the ET recorded 550 families (3,300 people) returning to the town of Al Houd, 50 km south of Mosul, following the cessation of fighting in the…
12 Oct 2016
On the 6th of October the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) organized a meeting with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and local NGOs from NCCI’s network. The meeting took place at NCCI’s Erbil office. SDC wanted to meet local organizations directly to better understand the humanitarian situation in Iraq as well as to get an idea of the perspective of local NGOs. First the meeting participants discussed issues related to the humanitarian response in general and the planning for Mosul in particular. They stressed that shelter, food, water and healthcare provision are critical elements of the Mosul response and stressed the importance of local NGOs for peace building efforts and reconciliation.   The attending NGOs then…
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