IOM-Iraq Publications

Internally Displaced Persons Programme (IDP) – Winterization, Massive distributions. IOM partners consulted the IDPs to determine what assistance they required and will be providing various Non-Food Items for their immediate use.

LIBRARY SECTIONS
IOM
IOM Iraq
IDP
SAIT
IRI
MEHRPI

 

 

 

IOM

In the earthquake-shattered high valleys of Pakistan-administered Kashmir and North-West Frontier Province, IOM teams have a double role – coordinating the emergency shelter relief efforts of other agencies and delivering the tents and shelter repair kits that will help homeless families survive the Himalayan winter. "It was five o’clock in the morning. They got drunk and fell asleep. I went to the balcony and there I saw my chance for escape,Between the sixth and fifth floor I lost my grip and fell. Suddenly, everything around me was like a white light." recalls Elena, a 19-year old Moldovan girl. Like many other Moldovan girls, Elena had been driven to leave the country in search of a better life. She had risked her life to escape from a high-rise building in Turkey where she had been imprisoned and forced into prostitution.

Find out more by clicking on the following links:

English Version    1.9mb    (print quality)
 
IOM IRAQ BROCHURES

This success is due in part to IOM's long history in the region. It is also a reflection of the high level of programmatic and logistical expertise IOM has gained in over 50 years of humanitarian work around the globe. However, the predominant reason that this Mission has succeeded, is the professionalism and dedication of the organization's staff and partners.

Find out more by clicking on the following links:

 
 
IDP VIDEO & BROCHURES

There exists upwards of a million internally displaced people in Iraq today. They are from all sections of society. Most were displaced before the 2003 war, though displacements have taken place for various reasons for more than 20 years. The majority are in the north and south. Displacement continues to this day.

Find out more by clicking on the following links:

 
 
 
IOM IDP POST Feburary 22 2006 MONITORING REPORTS

IOM has developed Post-February 22 Governorate Needs Assessments for the 15 central and southern governorates in Iraq. These Governorate Needs Assessments assist IOM and other agencies to prioritize areas of operation, identify and design protection interventions, and orient emergency response towards appropriate durable solutions.

You can download these reports here:

 
 
PHASE II IOM IDP MONITORING REPORTS

The Phase II Monitor Reports contain detailed information on Pre- and Post-2003 Conflict IDPs, IDP Returnees, and Others at Risk. The information was gathered through monitoring partners who visited Phase I IDP group locations. The reports address IDP and other group compositions, locations, intentions, and needs broken down by sector.

You can download these reports here:

 
 
 
DISPLACEMENT DUE TO ONGOING VIOLENCE
IRAQ, APRIL 2006

IOM Report outlining ongoing displacements due to ongoing violence, based on data received from implementing partners and MoDM. Population numbers, needs, and additional information are also provided per governorate. Please note that this information is not exact, as displacement is occurring continuously.

Find out more by clicking on the following links:

 
 
SAIT VIDEO

A deteriorating security situation following the collapse of the former regime led to increasing attacks on both Iraqis and expatriates working in Iraq and culminated in the bombing of the UN Headquarters at the Canal Hotel on 19 August 2003. This led to the withdrawal of the UN and many other agencies and INGO's. Kidnapping and violence increased, prompting further relocations.

Find out more by clicking on the following links:

 
 
IRI POSTER AND FLYER

The IRI project intends to contribute to the sustainability of the recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction efforts in post-conflict Iraq by establishing viable mechanisms to bolster the country's human resource base in the key areas of public sector. Specifically, the project offers expatriate Iraqis who have migrated to other countries and achieved professional success abroad the possibility to undertake short-term consultancies of up to one year in Iraq.

Find out more by clicking on the following links:

 
 
CBMMP DOCUMENTS

IOM's Ministry of Displacement and Migration Capacity Building Programme aims to support the recently established Ministry through various forms of intervention. Based upon the direct requests for assistance by the ministry, the MoDM CB Programme seeks to assist the ministry in developing its institutional framework as well as providing the tools for day to day functions. The programme is designed to strength then the fundamental bureaucratic foundations of the MoDM, provide training for its staff and support for the Ministry's regional offices.

Find out more by clicking on the following links:

 
 
MEHRPI DOCUMENTS

Armed Conflicts triggered great and sudden needs for medical care and at the same time heavily tax the ability of national healthcare systems to cope. The international community, including IOM, has been called upon to respond to such needs, both for immediate health care assistance, and for long-term health to restore national health service capacity.

Find out more by clicking on the following links:

 
 

 

 

 


Next Page: Contact Us

 


 Home
 IOM in Iraq
 Message from CoM
 IOM Constitution
 IOM Mission Statement
 IOM Worldwide
 Newsletters
 Library
 Contact Us


 Migration
 Health
 Capacity Building
 Other Programmes

IPCP. IOM has developed an interim claims database to assist the IPCC on registering, tracking, deciding and reporting on the many claims it receives. The hand-over of the database will be accompanied by extensive training of a group of IPCC IT experts.
Home > Library