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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…
The NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) has released its Security Trends Analysis (STA) report for the period covering 1st April to 29th April 2014. NCCI’s Security Trends Analysis is an informational and advisory report on possible trends, threats and incidents, based upon information received from member NGOs, focal points, the media, international organizations and official sources. This month’s edition focuses upon updates relating to the Anbar political and security situation, the impact of the upcoming parliamentary elections, the security situation in the northern governorates, pre-election security concerns in Kirkuk, increased targeting of the southern governorates, the security environment in Baghdad and other topics. Within its mandate, NCCI acts to facilitate the sharing of up-to-date information on humanitarian and security…
NCCI held training workshops in Baghdad that were attended by a total of 54 staff members from 27 different National Non-Governmental Organizations (NNGOs) working in Iraq. The workshops took place from 8th to 14th April 2014 and aimed to reinforce capacities in the field of project design. They were carried out as part of a larger project, which is being funded by the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and aims to optimise the effectiveness of humanitarian efforts of NNGOs in the central areas of Iraq by empowering them to provide protection and multidisciplinary solutions to UNHCR's persons of concern. The process of empowerment includes but is not limited to building NNGO institutional and programming capacities and providing them with technical…
On 17th March 2014, the NGO Coordination Commitee for Iraq (NCCI) presented an informative paper that addressed in detail the important concept of partnership between Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and the public authorities. The paper (attached in Arabic) was presented during the Iraqi Commission of Integrity's annual conference that was held at the Mansour Hotel in Baghdad. The paper that was presented by NCCI dealt in detail with the most important principles of partnership, its associated challenges and opportunities. Additionally, a comprehensive review was presented, referring specifically to a number of different cases in Iraq. Three other papers were also presented during the Commission of Integrity's annual conference, both by the Iraqi Commission of Integrity themselves and National Non-Government Organizations in…
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