Iraq (HAP)

Consolidated Appeal for Iraq 2008

Baghdad
12 February 2008

Humanitarian needs in Iraq have risen sharply over the last two years, exacerbating chronic problems that stem from the past two decades.  Millions of Iraqis now face widespread suffering and deprivation. 

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Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Iraq 2008

Baghdad
16 July 2008

The humanitarian situation in Iraq continues to call for a concerted and comprehensive international response.  Urgent needs across key humanitarian sectors are widespread and accumulating due to acute deprivation of essential services; armed conflict, generalised violence and rights violations; long-term internal displacement and challenging return situations; and lack of access to impartial humanitarian assistance.

Mid-Year Review of the COnsolidated Appeal for Iraq and the Region 2009

Baghdad
21 July 2009

Within Iraq, the situation has evolved gradually from one of large-scale displacement and acute humanitarian emergency towards early recovery and development.  During the first half of 2009, Iraq has continued to move tentatively towards a more peaceful and stable future, with monthly levels of violence decreasing from 2008.  However, the security situation in the country is still far from stabilized, with continued attacks against civilians and many underlying conflicts and grievances still unresolved. 

Consolidated Appeal for Iraq and the Region 2009

Baghdad
19 November 2009

Iraq is moving toward transition, but hundreds of thousands of Iraqi families inside and outside Iraq are still struggling with acute poverty, displacement and the continuing effects of conflict. 

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Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Action Plan for Iraq 2010

Baghdad
14 July 2010
Humanitarian Action Plan: 30 November 2009

Population: 31,567,000 (UN Population Division projections for 2010)
Number of IDPs (post-2006): 1.55 million (UNHCR)
Population targeted by IHAP Track 2 (WFP/COSIT/KRSO): 21% of overall population

The IHAP focuses on three response tracks:

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

Field Website
http://www.ochairaq.org/

Humanitarian Action Plan for Iraq 2010

Baghdad
30 November 2009

Population: 31,567,000
(UN Population Division projections for 2010)
Number of IDPs: (post-2006) 1.55 million (UNHCR)
Population targeted by IHAP Track 2: (WFP/COSIT/KRSO) 21% of overall population

The IHAP focuses on three response tracks:

FTS links
FTS Homepage

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

Field Website
http://www.ochairaq.org/

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