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    IRAQ: Emergency response by humanitarian partners (January to October 2015)

    The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.Creation date: 19 November 2015 Sources: Activity Info: Iraq humanitarian partners, Clusters, IDP figures since Jan 2014 - DTM (October 2015), OCHA 3Ws October 2015, OCHA FTSFeedback: iraqinfo@un.org www.unocha.org iraq.humanitarianresponse.info

    Disclaimer: This document is based on inputs provided by humanitarian partners through the monthly reporting tool Activity Info (www.activityinfo.org). It is therefore subject to availability of data by the time of circulation and does not claim to be exhaustive or fully verified. This document reflects activities as of 30 October 2015. The next update will be issued around 20 December.

    In October, a total of 68 partners reported a response in 254 different locations; the number of people reached by protection monitoring team continues to increase with more then 49,000 people reached; over 500,000 people have assisted with food. In 2015, by the end of October, the health cluster partners have also supported more then 1,1 million people with access to primary health cares; over 100,000 women and girls were accessing women safe spaces; over 250,000 people have been assisted with permanent sanitation facilities and over 450,000 children have been provided access to rehabiliated schools.

    More than 8 million people across Iraq - nearly a quarter of the population - are in need of humanitarian assistance. About 3.2 million people have been internally displaced since Janu-ary 2014, according to the International Organization for Migration Displacement Tracking Matrix. To respond to the growing needs, the Government of Iraq and the United Nations launched a revised and prioritized Iraq Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) in June 2015 seeking US$498 million to provide life-saving assistance and protection to 5.6 million people. Although money is coming in, the humanitarian needs outpace available resources. This is taking a toll on response capacity and the ability to reach the most vulnerable people.

    As per the reported activities, the humanitarian response has been heavily focused in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq - However, the operation has been re-balanced to Baghdad, and is now expanding its access and response across all of Iraq. Since January 2015, partners have reported a response in a total of 558 out of more than 3,000 settlements hosting IDP.

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    Request: US$ 498 million

    56%

    Funded

    Unmet requirements

    44%

    Anbar

    Babylon

    Baghdad

    Basrah

    Dahuk

    Diyala

    Erbil

    Kerbala

    Missan

    Muthanna

    Najaf

    Ninewa

    Qadissiya

    Salahal-Din

    Sulaymaniyah

    Kirkuk

    Thi-Qar

    Wassit

    SAUDIARABIA

    KUWAIT

    IRAN

    TURKEY

    JORDAN

    SYRIA

    573,450 61,008

    568,140

    10,662

    418,152

    108,558

    331,068

    64,380

    6,888

    4,764

    83,370

    205,344

    143,586

    162,468

    381,036

    8,874

    Returnees by governorate

    Hard-to-reach area

    39,558

    91,752

    63,138

    242,196

    3,720

    XXX

    Internally displaced people by governorateXXX

    24,684

    24,744

    INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERS.

    3.2 MNUMBER OF PARTNERS

    188PARTNERS IN ACTIVITY INFO

    95

    (as of 16 November 2015)

    RETURNEES

    415 K

    HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN

    FUNDING OVERVIEW

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    IRAQ: Emergency response by humanitarian partners (January to October 2015)

    Protection

    Community empowerment and self management

    Safe access, monitoring and legal assistance

    Monthly response, non-cumulative

    People reached by protection monitoring

    People receiving legal assistance

    Severity of needs

    - +

    Anbar

    Najaf

    Ninewa

    Muthanna

    Erbil

    Diyala

    Wassit

    Basrah

    Missan

    Salah al-Din

    Thi-Qar

    KirkukSulaymaniyah

    Dahuk

    Qadissiya

    BabylonKerbala

    Baghdad

    Activities reported by partners

    People with specific protection needs identified

    Protection needs remain critical for all of Iraq, including for women and children, persons with disabilities and elderly. Response activities range from country-wide protection assessment and monitoring, providing direct first-line services, building community awareness and institutional capacity to promote resilience.

    Access to safety for IDPs fleeing conflict zones remains the most pressing need in Iraq for the month of October. IDPs are denied access to certain areas or have to wait without support for long period of times. Confiscation of identity documents at checkpoints also prevents IDPs to circulate freely and have access to basic services.

    IDPs also face risks of eviction from rented houses when they cannot pay the rent. In the Dahuk Governorate, protection actors have documented a rise in these cases, rendering IDP families displaced for a long period of time more vulnerable. An estimated 1.3 million IDP children (approximately 47 percent of total IDP population) are in need of protection services or support. Current child protection sub-cluster targets cover only 128,000 children (50% girls) through 26 active partners. Efforts to reach children living in non-camp areas, both urban and non-urban, continue through mobile child protection units. While 80% of IDP children are outside camp areas, child protection interventions have to date been heavily focused on service provision in camps, with an estimated 57 percent of IDP children reached. Under the sub-cluster, provision of immediate protection and responses through mobile child protection units was strengthened specifically in Kirkuk, Ninewa, Diyala, Kerbala, Najaf, Baghdad and Anbar governorate, reaching an estimated 6,500 children.

    Throughout the country, GBV actors reached 22,440 women and girls by disseminating key messages on GBV and available response services for survivors as well as by providing GBV services through static women centres and mobile teams. Additionally, 3,655 dignity kits were distributed to women and girls of reproductive age (15-49 years) in Dohuk, Anbar and Baghdad governorate.

    Enable the provision of a coherent, coordinated, transparent, accountable and comprehensive response to protection needs of displaced people and conflict-affected communities in Iraq.

    Households receiving one-time unconditional cash assistance

    People receiving mine risk education

    People receiving psychosocial counselling

    People trained in information dissemination strategies and tools

    People with specific needs identified and referred to relevantassistance

    Number of awareness tools distributed

    Response coverage 2015, cumulative

    Priority of needs (HNO 2015)

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    Activities reported

    - +

    Target: 1,410,000

    53%47%

    Target: 39,000

    41%59%

    41%59%

    Target: 95,183

    Target: 1,375,000

    Target: 150,000

    32%68%

    49%51%

    47%53%

    17,824

    52%48%

    7,238

    Target: 350,500

    48%52%

    -

    -

    People reached by protection monitoring

    5,522 8,02116,22513,29317,938

    3,89140,707

    56,09861,55149,631

    272,8771

    1,077 1,830 1,728 1,453 1,3234,375

    1,884 1,323 1,444 1,632

    18,0691

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct

    People with specific protection needs identified

    134675 593 455 373

    12,89110,2178,231

    420

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct

    - 516 3742,746

    1,426 444 1,4091,816

    371

    9,102

    -

    People receiving psychosocial counselling

    13,76828,33021,616

    5,229 8,34412,3709,04623,483 20,01119,507

    161,704

    1,489 2,215 1,499 1,735 1,947 2,257 1,643 2,292 1,549 1,198

    - 117 489 2,40541,418 49,51324,48914,4175,448 5,874

    assistance

    148 483 589 227 230 3361,263 1,859 1,155 948

    298 4,007 238 2,080

    31,44618,366

    34,90514,5788,176 14,349

    -

    Creation date: 19 November 2015 Sources: Activity Info: Iraq humanitarian partners, Clusters, DTM October 2015, OCHA 3Ws October 2015, OCHA FTSFeedback: iraqinfo@un.org www.unocha.org iraq.humanitarianresponse.info

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    46%54%

    47%53%

    53%47%

    9,019

    59,082

    831

    155

    Proportion of reported activitiesby cluster objective:

    IRAQ: Emergency response by humanitarian partners (January to October 2015)

    Protection

    Gender-based violence prevention and response

    Child protection

    Children identified and referred to specialized protection services

    Children receiving psychosocial support services in static andmobile child friendly space

    Unaccompanied and separated children reunited, placed in familyor alternative care arrangements

    Women and girls accessing women-safe spaces

    Women and girls receiving dignity kits

    People provided with information on gender-basedviolence prevention and response

    Number of violations recorde

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