Mr. Hoshang explained the new structure of JCC and the new duties and roles JCC has acquired after merging of Directorate of Migration with JCC, he stated that the purpose of this meeting is to discuss the mechanisms and ways to ensure cooperation and coordination among all our stakeholders on Migration and Returnees. He highlighted JCC’s efforts in this regards to support the returnees in Kurdistan. More details..
The Kurdistan Region continues to host the largest number of IDPs and refugees. There are still (930,550) IDPs and Refugees in Kurdistan; (671,238 IDPs) and (239,476) Syrian, (8,551) Turkish, (10,572) Iranian, and (713) Palestinian refugees, (85) Others. The majority of IDPs and refugees live with the host communities in the Region, while only (30%) living in the (35) camps, and (70%) live in outside camps. 41% of the total displaced population live in Erbil, 41% in Duhok, and 18% in Sulaymaniyah. More details..
The Field-Based Preparedness Project addresses one of the objectives of the Logistics Cluster set by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) to build national capacity in preparedness and contingency planning through the strengthening of the capacities of national actors to prepare for and respond to disasters. More details..
Mr. Hoshang gave a detailed insight about IDPs and return process, he talked about the KRG’s policy regarding IDPs voluntary return and explained the reasons of IDPs not returning to their place of origin under the current circumstances. He highlighted the required mechanisms and methods for solving the problems and issues facing IDPs to return. More details..
In the meeting Mr. Hoshang spoke about the importance of NGOs and the role they have played in helping IDPs and refugees as well as host communities in the Kurdistan Region, he specifically highlighted the role of SWEDO organization and their constant cooperation with JCC and thanked them for their assistance and support. More details..
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