In February the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) published its annual report for 2014. The annual report gives an overview of NCCI’s activities during the past year and also describes NCCI’s structure, goals and mission. 2014 has been an intense and eventful year, both for NCCI and Iraq in general. In response to the security deterioration and sudden increase in number of IDPs, the presence of NGOs in Iraq increased significantly. Following the takeover of Mosul by IS in June, the majority of NGOs moved their operations and staff members from Baghdad to the KRI, and more specifically to Erbil. NCCI’s response to these changes, which affected the operations of its member organizations, is reflected in the annual report. A soft copy of the annual report is attached below while hard copies are available at NCCI’s offices in Amman, Baghdad and Erbil.
On 9 March NCCI will hold its annual general assembly at the Classy Hotel in Erbil. All of NCCI’s 78 members and six observers are invited to attend. At the general assembly, the annual report and the financial report of 2014 will be presented for approval by NCCI’s members, who will also elect the new executive board and vote on decisions affecting the general functioning of NCCI. The participants will then discuss the action plan for 2015, which will follow up on the decisions made at the extraordinary general assembly held in November 2014. During that extraordinary general assembly, a number of important action points had been agreed upon, including a new mission statement and objectives, which will be further discussed and evaluated at the assembly in March.
Please find attached below NCCI's Annual Report for 2014.