07 Dec 2014
NCCI has worked with UNESCO, the National Executive Body for Literacy and the Non-formal Education Department in Kurdistan on developing the legal and technical frameworks to enable the education authorities to engage in efficient partnerships with NNGOs for the implementation of the Literacy and Non-Formal Education Campaign in Iraq. This cooperation is a part of the “Coordinating national NGO Participation in the Implementation of the Literacy and Non-Formal Education Campaign in Iraq” project, which itself forms part of the LIFE project implemented by UNESCO. NCCI, in collaboration with UNESCO, conducted the third and last capacity building workshop in Erbil between 4-6 December 2014 to develop the capacities of NNGOs and education staff from the provinces of Basra, Missan, Thiqar, Wassit,…
NCCI has worked with UNESCO, the National Executive Body for Literacy and the Non-formal Education Department in Kurdistan on developing the legal and technical frameworks to enable the education authorities to engage in efficient partnerships with NNGOs for the implementation of the Literacy and Non-Formal Education Campaign in Iraq. This cooperation is a part of the “Coordinating national NGO Participation in the Implementation of the Literacy and Non-Formal Education Campaign in Iraq” project, which itself forms part of the LIFE project implemented by UNESCO. NCCI, in collaboration with UNESCO, conducted the second capacity building workshop in Erbil between 22-24 November 2014 to develop the capacities of NNGOs and education staff from the provinces of Baghdad, Babil, and Diyala to enable…
In response to key points raised during NCCI’s Annual General Assembly in March 2014, it was decided to review NCCI’s strategic approach in cooperation with its members. The objective was to develop a detailed observation of NCCI's current position within its mandate as a national forum in Iraq for NGO coordination, joint advocacy and information sharing. The identification of both strengths and weaknesses of NCCI’s current approach, combined with expected upcoming issues and humanitarian development needs of the people inside Iraq will be used to assess and plan NCCI’s future strategic role for the coming three years (2015 - 2016 - 2017). The strategic review plan used a participatory-focused approach in cooperation with NCCI’s members, which consisted of two stages.…
NCCI has worked together with UNESCO, the National Executive Body for Literacy and the Non-formal Education Department in Kurdistan on developing the legal and technical frameworks to enable the education authorities to engage in efficient partnerships with NNGOs for the implementation of the Literacy and Non-Formal Education Campaign in Iraq. This cooperation is a part of the “Coordinating national NGO Participation in the Implementation of the Literacy and Non-Formal Education Campaign in Iraq” project, which itself forms part of the LIFE project implemented by UNESCO. NCCI, in collaboration with UNESCO, conducted a workshop in Erbil between 18-20 November 2014 to develop the capacities of NNGOs and education staff from the provinces of Anbar, Ninewa, Salah ad-Din, Kirkuk, Sulaymaniyah, Duhok and…
NCCI has worked with UNESCO, the National Executive Body for Literacy and the Non-formal Education Department in Kurdistan on developing the legal and technical frameworks to enable the education authorities to engage in efficient partnerships with NNGOs for the implementation of the Literacy and Non-Formal Education Campaign in Iraq. This cooperation is a part of the “Coordinating national NGO Participation in the Implementation of the Literacy and Non-Formal Education Campaign in Iraq” project, which itself forms part of the LIFE project implemented by UNESCO. Based on this cooperation a working document was composed. This document includes advanced systems for NNGOs’ accreditation, representation, role identification and monitoring and evaluation. The accreditation system consists of online components for NNGO self-registration and self-assessment,…
On Sunday November 9th a meeting between thirteen international NGOs and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA) took place in NCCI’s Erbil office. OCHA reached out to the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq to facilitate a meeting with its members to discuss what improvement NGOs would like to see in coordination processes/activities in Iraq. As the humanitarian situation in Iraq evolved quickly over the past few months, there is an urgent need to review the coordination mechanisms in place in Iraq. This review will be conducted by the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) to ensure a proper implementation of the Strategic Response Plan (SRP). During Sunday’s meeting,OCHA requested feedback from NGOs on the proposed review…