Coordination and Common Services

Overview

The Coordination and Common Services (CCS) Sector in Iraq supports hu­manitarian actors to deliver a principled humanitarian response. The sector ensures that strategic and operational humanitarian deci­sion-making is coordinated, inclusive, accountable and evidence-based. To that end, CCS promotes, coordinates and harmonizes timely and relevant multisectoral information, analysis and advocacy. The sector also works to enhance the impact of humanitarian response in Iraq through its members’ work on access, and the safety and security of humanitarians through information and advocacy.

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Iraq

Iraq: Humanitarian Access Snapshot (April - June 2022), As of 30 June 2022

Humanitarian partners reported nine access-related incidents in the second quarter of 2022—the fewest incidents reported since mid-2019 when OCHA began systematically monitoring access difficulties in Iraq. The reported incidents were roughly 74 per cent fewer than…

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OCHA
Originally published:
28 Jul 2022
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Iraq

Iraq: Humanitarian Access Severity Overview (May 2022) [DRAFT]

DISTRICT ACCESS SEVERITY AS PERCEIVED BY HUMANITARIAN ACTORS The May 2022 access severity monitoring conducted by OCHA indicated increased restrictions compared to the end of 2021; humanitarian organizations that participated in the monitoring reported a 32 per…

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Source:
OCHA
Originally published:
26 Jun 2022
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