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We would like to take this opportunity to introduce the newly formed NCCI Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) NGO Coordination Forum- KNCF. The KNCF was established by a consortium of NCCI’s Board, Executive and Members in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) as a response to the increased presence in the KRI of both international and national NGOs responding to the protracted displacement of Syrians, and assistance to internally displaced persons in the region. The KNCF works to efficiently coordinate humanitarian efforts amongst NGOs and to collectively carry the voice of NGOs in the humanitarian response/s specifically in the KRI. The KNCF provides a forum in which NGOs are able to better coordinate in response to a rapidly changing humanitarian…
The NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq's (NCCI) Executive Board held its second meeting for 2014 on May 24th. The NCCI Executive Board consist of both national and international NGOs, namely: Danish Refugee Council (DRC), Handicap International, Heartland Alliance International, Mines Advisory Group (MAG), and Nature Iraq. NCCI's Board members started the meeting by reviewing financial reports and activities that took place in the first quarter of the year. Furthermore they discussed the NCCI Strategic Approach Plan and the new membership applications that were received in the first quarter of the year.
20 May 2014
On 14th May, NCCI hosted three Cluster Meetings in its Baghdad office, upon the request of the Cluster Leads for Shelter and Non-Food Items (NFIs), Food Security and Logistics. These successive meeting were attended by representatives of five different UN agencies, a total of eight International NGOs, six National NGOs, the Iraqi Red Crescent Society and the Ministry of Migration and Displacement (MoMD). Participants of the three Cluster Meetings discussed planned interventions, achievements, challenges and gaps to aid provision to those in need. NCCI will continue to support NGO coordination within the UN Inter-Cluster Coordination Mechanism (ICCM) in order to ensure that National and International NGOs are able to effectively collaborate, integrate and share information within the wider application of…
Election Day took place on April 30th but the results of the election might not be known before the end of the month. During this critical time, the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) launches a new section on its website, dedicated to election-related reports such as monitoring and evaluation reports from different sources in and outside of Iraq. The majority of these reports and articles will be published in Arabic. Within its mandate, NCCI wants to facilitate the sharing of up-to-date information on the elections, in order to inform its members about issues that could impact on the effectiveness of humanitarian assistance under the challenging and dynamic security conditions in Iraq. Please note that this section of the website…
Considering that Election Day is to take place on April 30th, the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) launched a new section on its website, dedicated to election-related reports such as monitoring and evaluation reports from different sources in and outside of Iraq. Most of these reports and articles will be published in Arabic. Within its mandate, NCCI wants to facilitate the sharing of up-to-date information on the elections, in order to inform its members about issues that could impact on the effectiveness of humanitarian assistance under the challenging and dynamic security conditions in Iraq. Please note that this section of the website may contain advice, opinions and statements of various information providers, these are the opinions of the designated…
Responding to a request from member NGOs, the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI), authored a ‘Joint NGO Statement on Unmet Humanitarian Needs of Anbar IDPs’. The statement, which was published on April 28th, urges the international community to provide greater attention to the worst humanitarian situation faced in Iraq since 2006. It was signed by a group of NCCI’s members and sheds renewed light on the increasingly challenging situation for aid agencies, who are trying to attend to the urgent needs of Iraq’s IDPs. While the conflict in Anbar persists, the needs of the more than 425,000 IDPs in and outside of the governorate continue to increase. The vital humanitarian work that NGOs are providing is highly constrained by…
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