Commissioned by the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI), supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), this report sets out the findings from a comprehensive Learning Needs Assessment (LNA) conducted by RedR UK with local and national NGOs (LNGOs) in Iraq and Kurdistan Region of Iraq between March and May 2017. The principle objective of the LNA was to gain a better understanding of LNGO learning needs and capacity gaps, along with appropriate ways to address them in the current and evolving context. The findings will also contribute to NCCI’s work in ‘Empowering local NGOs through enhanced capacities and increased engagement in humanitarian coordination and response in Iraq. TO READ THE FULL REPORT PLEASE DOWNLOAD IT FROM THE…
Following the 2016 Second Standard Allocation of the Iraq Humanitarian Pooled Fund (IHPF), the NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) commissioned a study to document lessons learned on behalf of the NGO community in Iraq. The overarching purpose is to enable NGO expertise and know-how, particularly as the first responders and primary operational actors on the ground, to contribute to ongoing discussions to ensure the IHPF is fit for purpose.   The study can be downloaded below.
Please find attached the NCCI/SNAP Funding Tracking Analysis - IDP response June to September 2014. For this report 11 NCCI members provided information on 70 projects between June and September 2014, amounting to USD 51 million. The participating agencies reported on funding from 23 institutional donors. All together, the projects targeted around 1.7 million direct beneficiaries. The report provides information on the amount of funding per IDP, and the geographic and sectoral coverage of funding for the IDP response.
28 Apr 2011

Iraq's Civil Society in Perspective - April 2011

Thursday, 28 April 2011
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28 Feb 2009

Focus on Operationality - 2009

Saturday, 28 February 2009
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