NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI)

NGO Coordination Committee 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 ar
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.
On 14 August 2016 NCCI launched its new job portal, which replaces the old vacancies section on its website. Here NCCI’s member NGOs can publish vacancies for staff throughout the country.
In August 2016 new NGO representatives for the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) will be elected. As the prime NGO coordination body in Iraq, NCCI is tasked with organizing the elections
With the pace of military operations around Mosul increasing, preparedness for imminent large-scale humanitarian operations is an urgent necessity. It is expected that up to one million people could be displaced following future operations to retake Mosul, and there r
NCCI’s Advocacy Working Group compiled a joint NGO briefing statement for an Iraq Pledging Conference that will take place on July 20th in Washington DC. The meeting will be attended by foreign and defense ministers of several of the major Coalition actors invol
In partnership with UNICEF NCCI is executing a capacity building project for staff members of ten Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Service Centers in the governorates of Anbar and Baghdad. The WASH Service Centers are operated by local NGOs, and through this proje
On the 13th of June NCCI convened a Country Directors meeting at its office in Erbil. Country director meetings are meant to be an open forum for NGOs to discuss current issues related to humanitarian operations in country at a decision-maker level.
The Community of Practice (CoP) is a network of local NGOs (LNGOs). It was established in 2014 by NCCI in partnership with UNHCR as part of the capacity building project that aims to enhance the capacities of LNGOs in the central region of Iraq.
On the 13th of April NCCI held its yearly General Assembly. One of the issues raised during the General Assembly was the lack of engagement of local NGOs with NCCI. In an attempt to find out the reasons of the disconnection between NCCI and its local members and find
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