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United Nations: edit Mosul requires securing two billion dollars for humanitarian aid for the displa

Post by rocky on Tue 19 Jul 2016, 4:26 am


UN warns of a major humanitarian crisis in Mosul
United Nations: edit Mosul requires securing two billion dollars for humanitarian aid for the displaced


Author: HAA 
Editor: BK 7.18.2016 21:07 Number of Views: 1157 




Long-Presse / Baghdad
The United Nations warned on Monday of the possibility of a "major humanitarian crisis" as a result of the forthcoming liberalization of the Mosul attack (Daash), indicating that they need to nearly two billion dollars to provide the necessary humanitarian assistance to civilians displaced from the city.
The United Nations said in a summary of her day, plans to meet the humanitarian needs in Iraq, followed (range Press), she "made appeals for financial assistance to cope with the expected humanitarian crisis as a result of the forthcoming liberalization of Mosul attack Daash", calling for "securing $ 284 million to provide possible emergency aid for the people, while the consequences of the battle of Mosul might cost about one billion and 800 million dollars. "
The organization predicted, that "the military campaign in Mosul, the impact of devastating to civilians," likely "and heavy casualties among civilians and the families who have been trying to escape from the city at great risk."
The UN reported that "between $ 1,000,200 to 500 thousand people live in Mosul now and probably a huge exodus of waves of the city occurred case of an attack," the follow-up to "lower scenarios unit would be the probability of the displacement of 300 thousand people for three months requires aid budget of $ 143 million, while the worst-case scenario is the displacement of a million people for a year would require a budget of one billion and 800 million dollars to help them. "
The coordinator of United Nations humanitarian relief in Iraq, Lisa Grande, warned at a conference in Erbil, in (the 23 of June 2016), the possibility of "the largest humanitarian crisis in the world" occurred in Mosul with after the start of military operations to recover from (Daash), warning repeat the scenario of the consequences of a "catastrophe" in Fallujah.
The security forces continue to provide for the Liberation of Mosul, Nineveh province, (405 north of Baghdad) from (Daash).


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United Nations: the battle of Mosul require humanitarian aid worth 1.8 billion dollars

Post by rocky on Tue 19 Jul 2016, 5:32 am

[size=37]United Nations: the battle of Mosul require humanitarian aid worth 1.8 billion dollars[/size]


BAGHDAD - A Journal
It confirmed that the United Nations Organization, on Tuesday, said the attack expected to be launched by the Iraqi forces on the connector, will cause most likely in the fall of so many civilian casualties, noting that the battle to liberate Mosul require funds worth $ 1.8 billion.
The organization said in a statement seen by (Il Giornale), that "the international community must provide funds to deal with the humanitarian crisis in Mosul," adding that it "will require $ 284 million to prepare the necessary aid and up to $ 1.8 billion to deal with the consequences."
The statement added that "the impact of Mosul, the military campaign against civilians would be devastating," likely "high casualties among civilians, and is expected to be families that are trying to escape from the regulated areas in immediate danger."
He explained that "the expected exodus of large numbers of people when exposed city of Mosul for the same attack, live in the city is currently between 1.2 and 1.5 million inhabitants," asserting that "all or the majority of these people will need assistance for the protection and preservation of life."
The statement said that, "In the best case scenario is expected displacement of about 300 thousand people for three months, requiring an aid budget of $ 143 million, and at worst will reach the number of displaced to one million people for a year, which means higher cost to $ 1.8 billion."
The coordinator of humanitarian assistance of the United Nations in Iraq, Lise Grande, has confirmed that 430 thousand people at least may be displaced this year in the desert province of Anbar, which stretches west from Fallujah, Iraq, and up to the border with Soeria.anthy 3
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