NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI)
The NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) is pleased to welcome the following NGOs as NCCI members: Access Aid Foundation (AAF) – National NGO Aynda Center for Research Organization – National NGO Dutch Organization for the sake of Iraqi Children. – I
NGOs Call on Authorities to Meet Obligations for Protection and Access in Iraq 30 October 2017 The NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI), a forum of 159 nongovernmental organizations working to provide aid and protection for civilians affected by the conflict
09 Jul 2017
NGO Statement on Iraq ahead of the July meeting of the members of the global coalition to counter ISIL As the members of the global coalition to counter ISIL meet in Washington D.C. this week, 28 non-go
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
28 Feb 2017
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 p
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
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.
16 Aug 2016
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