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IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD (JUNE 2018) YEAR-TO-DATE TARGETED VS REACHED1

8.7M

JAN TO MAY - TARGETED VS REACHED2

PEOPLE IN NEED

SO1

3.4M

3.4M

PEOPLE TARGETED

1.6 M

PEOPLE TARGETED

Source: HRP 2018

1.8M

PEOPLE REACHED

3.4M

PEOPLE NOT REACHED

NEEDS SEVERITY

SO4

PEOPLE REACHED

47%

REACHED

Dahuk

70%

Highest in-kind assistance - WASH

Response Gap

Diyala

Wassit

Babylon Qadissiya

Najaf

-

Key messages

Missan Thi-Qar

Severity

+

Targeted population Basrah

Muthanna

Targeted population

627,000

1,116,000

207,000

440,000

46,000

Appealing partner by type

29

34,000

Source: ActivityInfo January to June 2018

Source: HRP 2018

13

Partners

60

Source: ActivityInfo January to June 2018

6

59

Response by SO

No. of partner by SO

Reporting partner by type 4

INGO NNGO UN

102

SO1. Supporting highly vulnerable displaced families living in camps and sub-standard accommodation.

SO4. Supporting highly vulnerable people inadequately covered under the social protection floor.

Baghdad Kerbala

Exceeded

SO3. Reaching as many newly displaced and currently accessible families as possible.

Salah al-Din

Anbar

Gap

SO2. Supporting highly vulnerable displaced families who are willing to return to their homes, but are unable to do so without assistance.

Sulaymaniyah Kirkuk

1,087,788

2018 HRP Strategic objectives

REACHED

Erbil

162,204 Response

OVERALL RESPONSE AND GAPS Service provision - Health 5

840,717 616,247 349,290

SO2 658 581 SO3 299,334

47%

PEOPLE TARGETED

Source: ActivityInfo January to May 2018

Ninewa

RESPONSE VS GAP BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE3

SO1 SO2 SO3 SO4

108 Partners

43

80

108

11

181218 974584

100 46770

Partners

People

501197 76

1M

By the end of June, humanitarian partners in Iraq reached 1.8 million (47 per cent) of the 3.4 million people targeted under the HRP with some form of assistance. This achievement was in line with the level of HRP funding received (52 per cent). However, funding distribution and response coverage varied across clusters and governorates. While the humanitarian response continually focused on Ninewa governorate, where 148 per cent of the people targeted under the HRP were reached, some governorates in severe need of assistance were left behind; in Kirkuk governorate, for example, only 25 per cent of the targeted population was reached. In Iraq’s southern governorates, which were assessed to be in less severe need under the HRP, only 4 per cent of the 0.74 million people targeted received humanitarian assistance. This could be due to the limited number of partners operating in these governorates and less funding allocated to their activities.

Creation date: 7 Aug 2018 Source: Clusters, fts.unocha.org Feedback: ocha.iraq@un.org, www.unocha.org/iraq, www.reliefweb.int 1. The target population is calculated based on strict prioritisation that addresses multi-sector or multiple needs, focusing on vulnerability rather than status. 2. The Health Cluster figures for people reached were used to reflect the overall number of people reached and they do not have sub-annual targets but compute people reached as of May 2018 according to cluster specific criteria. 3. People reached under SO2 exceed target probably due to misreporting by partners. 4. Number of partners reporting on HRP response in the ActivityInfo platform. 5. Health and Protection are considered service clusters while in-kind assistance clusters are WASH, Shelter-NFIs and Food Security. The CCS, Logistics and ETC do not report activities directly targeting people. 6. Some UN agencies and their direct implementing partners report toward HRP targets, which might reflect a higher number of reporting partners.


IRAQ IMPLEMENTATION VS FUNDING (JUNE 2018) IRAQHUMANITARIAN HUMANITARIANDASHBOARD: RESPONSE IMPLEMENTATION (JANUARY TO MARCH 2018) Overview of implementation and funding 1

2018 Funding overview % People in need targeted

People targeted

as of 12 June 2018

People reached

% People reached against HRP Funding Required Target

Funding against HRP Requirements

Health

3.4M

46% 1.56M

34% 67.38M

43%

Protection

2.2M

42% 0.91M

28% 26.39M

49%

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

2.4M

44% 1.64M

56% 70.00M

46%

US$569M

US$298M

total funding required

48%

funding received as of 20 July 2018

52%

funding received

funding gap

US$490.5M total humanitarian funding to Iraq as of 20 July 2018 66%

20

40

34%

60

funded through HRP

Shelter and Non-Food Items

1.9M

46% 0.72M

28% 63.38M

39%

Multi-Purpose Cash Assistance

1.5M

63% 0.15M

6% 59.95M

7%

Camp Coordination and Camp Management2

1.1M

43% 0.20M

2% 25.04M

Food Security

1.0M

50% 0.00M

0%

150.03M

funded outside HRP

2017 Funding overview

US$987M

3% 10%

US$929M

total funding required

6%

funding received as of 31 December 2017

94%

funding received

funding gap

Funding by Cluster (in US$ millions) 235

224

funding requested

Rapid Response Mechanism

73% 0.07M

0.6M

27%

8% 7.00M

Education

0.5M

16% 0.14M

23% 38.01M

47%

Emergency Livelihoods

0.02M

0.8% 0.00M

10% 3.50M

18%

funding received

175 139

115

92

137 110

80

107

97

93

70

61 24

Food Security

Shelter NFI

WASH

Health

24

Protection Education MPCA

20 EL

4

19

10

CCCM

18 RRM

5

16 17 CCS

12

2

Logistics

3

2

ETC

0

Not speciďŹ ed

0

Multiple clusters

Source: FTS - 1 May 2018

Key messages

People reached trend (2018) 1.20M

2017

This covers only 52 per cent of the total funding requirements. A key focus now is to ensure that future funding flows are directed and applied to gaps where they exist in the HRP – by both cluster and location.

0.60M

2018 0.00M

January

February

March

April

May

June

As of 20 July, the 2018 Iraq Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) has received US$298 million in donor contributions out of the requested $569 million.

July

August

September

October

November

December

1. There is no obligation of donors to report funding on FTS and while projects are funded, they are not necessarily reported. This results in FTS not always accurately reflect funds received by agencies. Cluster level funding may change when funding not yet allocated to any cluster is assigned to the relevant cluster.


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD: IMPLEMENTATION BY GOVERNORATE AND PARTNERS (JUNE 2018) PEOPLE REACHED BY CLUSTER AND GOVERNORATE Cluster

Target Population

CCCM Education EL Food Security

People reached

Anbar

1,049,793

202,428

34,000

528,222

139,653

14,538

15,975

1,686

774

Babylon

Baghdad

Basrah

38,000

Dahuk

Diyala

Erbil

Kerbala

Kirkuk

Missan

Muthanna

Najaf

Ninewa

Qadissiya

Salah al-Din

Sulaymaniyah

21,000

122

306

43,000

35,000

17,000

14,000

38

738

819

15,042

80,142

25,898

2,438

6

774

6

3,356,819

1,562,909

319,474

MPC

1,452,738

146,148

12,378

Protection

2,209,766

912,960

72,515

RRM

630,000

65,807

7,328

SNFI

1,879,888

717,382

71,348

1,500

WASH

2,350,796

1,636,895

173,337

42,907

126

5,577

4,639

11,783

84,741

8,259

46,683

420

5,668

1,026

2,636

1,922

95,583

39,515

63,376

2,150

52,755

6,278

2,491

6,498

942

486

31,881

1,708

5,322

2,160

3,959 564

51,048

12,703

46,156

52,145

149,126

120,081

25,200

49,122

896,469

100,763

43,547

89,116

1,470

21,892

2,284

1,332

388,110

2,450

119,153

64,534

1,418

18,199

34,017

742

58,738

87,570

50,930 453

410

427,151

Target Population1

554,309 82,882 243,468 108,780 103,604 155,406 155,404 46,620 207,215 113,962 62,160 67,342 626,834 88,062 414,431 155,400 77,700 93,240

People Reached2

319,474 4,639 42,907 1,922 149,126 120,081 63,376 6,278 52,755 1,708 5,322 2,491 930,814 2,450 119,153 87,570 1,418 613

CCCM

Education

1

1 1 1

1 1

2 2 1

946

930,814

Jan - June 2018

Emergency Livelihoods

Food Security

Health

MPC

Protection

RRM

SNFI

WASH

Grand Total

1

4

5

1 1 2

3

3 25

1 1

10 8

2

6

34

12 3 7 2 18 11 12 5 11 2 2 5 32 2 13 10 2 3 53

2

1

9 2 4 1 13 6 11 1 11

10 2 4 1 4 3 1 1 8 1 1 1 20 1 7 3 1 2 34

28 7 16 5 38 20 24 7 35 4 4 9 72 5 30 25 4 5 108

1 1

1

4

2

8

1 2

3 1

5

9

613

3,590

PARTNER PRESENCE BY GOVERNORATE AND CLUSTER² Anbar Babylon Baghdad Basrah Dahuk Diyala Erbil Kerbala Kirkuk Missan Muthanna Najaf Ninewa Qadissiya Salah al-Din Sulaymaniyah Thi-Qar Wassit

Wassit

982,849

Health

Governorates

Thi-Qar

1. The target population is based on the Health Cluster target which is the highest of all clusters and is considered as the overall target population for the 2018 HRP. 2. People reached is calculated based on the highest number reached by a cluster achieving highest reach per governorate.

1 2 1

1 1 2 1 3 1 1 8 1 5 2 1 9

1

1 2

4

1 1 4 2 3 1 8 1 1 1 12 1 5 3 1 20

Jan - June 2018


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - HEALTH CLUSTER OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

People Targeted

3.36M

People Reached

1.56M

Gap

1.79M

Response modality

$XXM Service

SEVERITY OF NEEDS

Required

67.38M

Received

32.25M

Vulnerability

Key Messages

$XXM

Anbar

Funding is required to avert the suspension of critical health services in many camps by mid/end-August 2018. Limited funds to implement life-saving services are expected to affect 56 of the 180 health delivery points in nine governorates.

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE SO1

482,380

Babylon Baghdad SO2

Basrah Dahuk Diyala Kerbala Kirkuk Missan Muthanna

+

In-kind

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE

Erbil

-

Progress Gap Response Exceeded

Najaf

SO3

SO4

56,255 904

974,584

406,203

Gap

PEOPLE not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Ninewa

Response Exceeded

299,011 181,218

Erbil Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

Salah al-Din

1,068,774

REPORTING PARTNERS

Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya

Wassit

Sulaymaniyah

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Thi-Qar Wassit

Contact Information: khanmu@who.int, kolleri@InternationalMedicalCorps.org https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/health-cluster-iraq

Missan

Qadissiya

Salah al-Din

Target Exceeded 0 1 24,915 74,746 124,577 174,408

Basrah Muthanna


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - PROTECTION CLUSTER OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

People Targeted

2.21M

People Reached

0.91M

Gap

1.30M

Required

26.39M

Received

18.04M

SEVERITY OF NEEDS 24% -

Response modality

$XXM Cash

Key Messages

$XXM In-kind

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE Anbar

712,123 717,820

Babylon SO2

Dahuk

Kirkuk Missan Muthanna Najaf

146,071 203,863

Gap

PEOPLE not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Ninewa

Response

Diyala Kerbala

+

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE

Baghdad

Erbil

-

The capacity-building of psycho-social services and the prevention of gender-based violence programs need to be prioritized. In addition, awareness-raising trainings on housing, land and property rights, including inheritance-related issues, need to be conducted for vulnerable people, particularly for widows and female headed households. Provision of adequate specialized services for vulnerable children and parents remains an underachievement. Funding is required for the clearance of explosive hazard.

SO1

Basrah

Vulnerability

Progress Gap Response Exceeded

SO3

SO4

299,939

Exceeded

Salah al-Din Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya Salah al-Din

Wassit Missan

Qadissiya

Sulaymaniyah

Najaf

Thi-Qar Wassit

Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

54,766 75,184

REPORTING PARTNERS

Erbil

Target Exceeded 0 1 18,011 54,034 90,056 126,078

Thi-Qar Basrah Muthanna


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - WASH CLUSTER OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

SEVERITY OF NEEDS

Required

70.00M

Received

36.89M

People Targeted

2.35M

People Reached

1.64M

Key Messages

Gap

0.71M

High turbidity in water remain the primary challenge for delivery of quality WASH services in many areas in Ninewa, Anbar and southern governorates due decreasing surface water levels.

-

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE Anbar Babylon Baghdad Basrah Dahuk Diyala

Progress Gap Response

SO1

Missan Muthanna Najaf

343,569

SO2

SO3

Kerbala Kirkuk

+

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE

Exceeded

Erbil

Vulnerability

-

SO4

151,217 326

968,016

501,197

Gap

PEOPLE not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Response Exceeded

299,671 167,356

Ninewa

Erbil Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

Salah al-Din

909,016

REPORTING PARTNERS

Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya

Wassit

Sulaymaniyah

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Thi-Qar Wassit

Contact Information: pplukwiya@unicef.org, wsalih@iq-actionagainsthunger.org https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/wash-cluster-iraq

Missan

Qadissiya

Salah al-Din

Target Exceeded 0 1 9,915 29,746 49,576 69,407

Basrah Muthanna


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - FOOD SECURITY CLUSTER OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDINGยน

(Targeted/Reached)

Required People Targeted

Received

0.98M

SEVERITY OF NEEDS Dahuk

150.03M

Erbil

Ninewa

20.00M

Sulaymaniyah

Vulnerability

People Reached

-

Kirkuk

+

Salah al-Din Diyala

Gap

Response modality

0.98M

13% Cash

Anbar

Baghdad

Kerbala

87%

Wassit

Babylon

Missan

Qadissiya

In-kind

Najaf

Thi-Qar Basrah Muthanna

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE Anbar

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE SO1

Baghdad

SO2

Basrah

Gap

Dahuk

Kerbala Kirkuk Missan Muthanna Najaf

not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Response

Diyala Erbil

PEOPLE

799,914

Babylon

Progress Gap Response Exceeded

SO3

SO4

Ninewa

Exceeded

12,965

Erbil Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

Salah al-Din

169,970

REPORTING PARTNERS

Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya Sulaymaniyah

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Contact Information: info.iraq@fscluster.org, timothy.anderson@wfp.org, https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/health-cluster-iraq 1. The Food Security Cluster has not started implementing 2018 HRP funded projects to date.

Missan

Qadissiya

Salah al-Din

Wassit

Wassit

Target Exceeded 0 1 13,651 40,952 68,253 95,555

Thi-Qar Basrah Muthanna


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - SHELTER/NFI CLUSTER OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

People Targeted

1.88M

Required

63.38M

Received

26.05M -

People Reached

0.72M

Gap

1.16M

Response modality

Key Messages

2.4% Cash

97.6%

Diyala Erbil

+

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 469,193 490,756

Babylon

Dahuk

-

Partners continue to deliver summer assistance to about 57,000 highly vulnerable families. This complements the support provided by the Government of air coolers, additional water and electricity.

SO1

Anbar

Basrah

Vulnerability

In-kind

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE Baghdad

SEVERITY OF NEEDS

Progress Gap

SO2

Response Exceeded

SO3

Kerbala Kirkuk Missan Muthanna Najaf

SO4

145,250 95,274 24,364

78,575

PEOPLE Gap

not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Response 275,633

Ninewa

Exceeded

Salah al-Din Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya Salah al-Din

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Contact Information: coord.iraq@sheltercluster.org, coord2.iraq@sheltercluster.org https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/shelter-nfi-cluster-iraq

Wassit Missan

Qadissiya

Sulaymaniyah Wassit

Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

491,391

REPORTING PARTNERS

Erbil

Target Exceeded 0 1 16,146 48,438 80,730 113,021

Thi-Qar Basrah Muthanna


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - CAMP COORDINATION CAMP MANAGEMENT CLUSTER OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

People Targeted

1.05M

SEVERITY OF NEEDS

Required

25.04M

Received

7.89M -

People Reached Gap

Key Messages

0.20M

202,428 197,514

Babylon Baghdad

SO2

Basrah Dahuk Diyala

Kirkuk Missan Muthanna

+

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE SO1

Anbar

Kerbala

-

Many vulnerable IDP in camps are without sufďŹ cient critical services due to the reduction of services while camps continue to record high occupancy rates.

0.85M

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE

Erbil

Vulnerability

Progress Gap Response Exceeded

Najaf

SO3

SO4

149,965

PEOPLE Gap

not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Ninewa

Response Exceeded

99,944

Erbil Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

Salah al-Din

399,942

REPORTING PARTNERS

Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya

Wassit

Sulaymaniyah

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Thi-Qar Wassit

Contact Information: bujor@unhcr.org, twilson@iom.int https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/cccm-cluster-iraq

Missan

Qadissiya

Salah al-Din

Target Exceeded 0 1 11,769 35,307 58,845 82,383

Basrah Muthanna


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - EDUCATION CLUSTER OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

People Targeted

0.53M

SEVERITY OF NEEDS

Required

38.01M

Received

22.91M -

People Reached

0.14M

Gap

0.39M

Response modality

5% 4,000 School-

Key Messages

95%

aged children reached

75,000 Schoolaged children reached

Cash

In-kind

$245K

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE

Babylon Baghdad

Diyala Erbil Kerbala

+

Donor support is required for the implementation of education response activities by humanitarian partners in under-served governorates such as Kirkuk, Diyala and Salah al-Din.

SO1

Anbar

Dahuk

-

$4.7M

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE

Basrah

Vulnerability

Progress Gap Response

SO2

Missan Muthanna Najaf

18,457

SO4

PEOPLE

79,542

Gap

not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Ninewa

Response

SO3

Exceeded

Kirkuk

34,956 65,677

Exceeded

67,090 25,155

Salah al-Din Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya Sulaymaniyah

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Contact Information: cchipuriro@unicef.org, abdirisak.aden@savethechildren.org https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/education-cluster-iraq

Wassit Missan

Qadissiya

Salah al-Din

Wassit

Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

237,345

REPORTING PARTNERS

Erbil

Target Exceeded 0 1 5,397 16,190 26,984 37,778

Thi-Qar Basrah Muthanna


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - EMERGENCY LIVELIHOODS CLUSTER OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

People Targeted People Reached Gap

Response modality

0.02M

Received

22.91M

Anbar

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE SO1

Baghdad SO2

Basrah

462 462 852

Dahuk

PEOPLE 15,123

not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Ninewa

Diyala

Kirkuk

+

In-kind

Babylon

Kerbala

-

$0M

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE

Erbil

Vulnerability

The participation of women in some livelihoods activities needs to be promoted. It is especially limited in East Mosul, Ninewa governorate.

0.01M

Cash

38.01M

Key Messages

0.00M

$0.8M

Required

SEVERITY OF NEEDS

Progress Gap

Missan

Response

Muthanna

Exceeded

Najaf

Gap

SO3

SO4

REPORTING PARTNERS

Exceeded

Salah al-Din Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya Salah al-Din

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Contact Information: gozde.avci@undp.org, livelihoods.cash.coordinator@drciraq.dk https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/social-cohesion-and-sustainable-livelihoods

Wassit Missan

Qadissiya

Sulaymaniyah Wassit

Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

Response 372 372

Erbil

Target Exceeded 0 1 198 595 992 1,389

Thi-Qar Basrah Muthanna


IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - RAPID RESPONSE MECHANISM OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

People Targeted People Reached Gap

0.63M 0.07M

SEVERITY OF NEEDS

Required

7.00M

Received

1.83M

Dahuk

Sulaymaniyah

Vulnerability

Key Messages The Cluster has underachieved on its target. As the number of newly or secondarily displaced people continues to decrease, the cluster is reaching less people.

0.56M

Erbil

Ninewa

-

Kirkuk

+

Salah al-Din Diyala Anbar

Baghdad Kerbala

Wassit

Babylon Qadissiya

Najaf

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE Anbar

63,711

Babylon Basrah Dahuk Diyala Erbil Kerbala Kirkuk

Response Exceeded

Missan Muthanna Najaf

SO3

PEOPLE

146,289

Gap

SO2

Progress Gap

Muthanna

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE SO1

Baghdad

Thi-Qar

Response

120,000 2,096

not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Exceeded

Ninewa

297,904

Salah al-Din Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya Salah al-Din

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Contact Information: aalyaseen@unicef.org https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/rapid-response-mechanism-rrm

Wassit Missan

Qadissiya

Sulaymaniyah Wassit

Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

SO4

REPORTING PARTNERS

Erbil

Target Exceeded 0 1 7,836 23,508 39,180 54,852

Thi-Qar Basrah Muthanna


MAY

IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - MULTI-PURPOSE CASH ASSISTANCE OVERVIEW (JUNE 2018)

PEOPLE

FUNDING

(Targeted/Reached)

Required People Targeted People Reached Gap

Response modality

Dahuk

59.95M

Received

1.45M

SEVERITY OF NEEDS 6.22M

%100 Cash

Anbar

SO1

Baghdad

Diyala

Progress Gap

Erbil

Response

Kerbala

Exceeded

Kirkuk

+

Salah al-Din Diyala Anbar

Baghdad

Missan Muthanna Najaf

Kerbala

7,962

507,565

SO2

SO3

SO4

76,944

203,032

Gap

Qadissiya Najaf

14,472

Missan

Thi-Qar Basrah

Muthanna

PEOPLE not reached (Gap)

Dahuk

Ninewa

Response

46,770 47,967

Wassit

Babylon

TARGETED VS REACHED BY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE

Babylon

Dahuk

Kirkuk

• Insecurity in some governorates such as Ninewa, Salah Al-Din and Anbar is limiting the response capacity of partners.

PEOPLE REACHED AGAINST 2018 TARGETS BY GOVERNORATE

Basrah

-

• Lack of funding limits the response capacity in affected areas.

1.31M

Sulaymaniyah

Vulnerability

Key Messages

0.15M

Erbil

Ninewa

Exceeded

Erbil Sulaymaniyah

Kirkuk

Salah al-Din

548,026

REPORTING PARTNERS

Diyala Baghdad

Anbar

Ninewa

Kerbala Babylon

Qadissiya

Wassit Missan

Qadissiya

Salah al-Din Sulaymaniyah

Najaf

Thi-Qar

Thi-Qar Wassit

Contact Information: savagea@unhcr.org, pjensen@mercycorps.org https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/cash-working-group

Target Exceeded 0 1 18,147 54,441 90,735 127,030

Basrah Muthanna

IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - June 2018  

IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - June 2018

IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - June 2018  

IRAQ HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD - June 2018