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An international organization: 2.5 million Iraqis need humanitarian assistance in 2022

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An international organization: 2.5 million Iraqis need humanitarian assistance in 2022 Empty An international organization: 2.5 million Iraqis need humanitarian assistance in 2022

Post by rocky Mon 24 Jan 2022, 6:36 am

[size=52]An international organization: 2.5 million Iraqis need humanitarian assistance in 2022[/size]

[size=45]Translation / Hamed Ahmed[/size]
[size=45]The OCHA Organization for Humanitarian Affairs of the United Nations revealed in its new report on the humanitarian needs of Iraq during the year 2022, that analyzes indicate that there will remain approximately 2.5 million people in need and in need of humanitarian assistance during the current year, after their number was up to 4.1 million people during the year 2021 recording a decrease of 41%,[/size]
[size=45]Meanwhile, the humanitarian response plan for 2022 will cover the needs of 991,000 displaced people and returnees, at an estimated cost of $400 million.[/size]
[size=45]The organization stated in its report that on November 10, 2021, the Iraqi government closed the Ameriyat al-Fallujah camp for the displaced in Anbar Governorate, after it was reclassified as an unofficial camp, and it is one of the last two official camps in Iraq, except for the camps in the Kurdistan region. 470 families), mostly from Anbar, Babil and Salah al-Din governorates.[/size]
[size=45]Classifying the camp as unofficial means that the government services that were previously provided to it, including food and non-food supplies, including white oil for heating, will be cut off. The report indicates that humanitarian organizations working in the camp are now assessing the current needs and reviewing the available resources to continue providing aid. .[/size]
[size=45]The organization stated that many of the families who remained in the Amriyat al-Fallujah camp face special challenges that make the opportunity to return to their original areas of residence complicated and difficult to achieve. As 50 families of them are from the Jurf al-Sakhar area in Babil Governorate, an area controlled by armed factions since the end of the battles with ISIS and preventing its displaced residents from returning to it. And there are another 120 families who suffer from not being able to obtain necessary licenses from the authorities to enable them to return to their original areas of residence for various reasons, some of which are related to clan conflicts, and considering these families are linked to ISIS.[/size]
[size=45]The report indicated that, in addition to the former inmates of Ameriyat al-Fallujah camp, there are approximately 15,000 displaced people living in unofficial displacement sites near Ameriyat al-Fallujah camp and suffering from difficult living conditions and dependent on what humanitarian organizations provide them with, and most of them are unable or unwilling to return. to their areas of origin for reasons related to the exposure of their homes to destruction or reasons related to social and clan disputes.[/size]
[size=45]The organization says in its report that the humanitarian situation in Iraq in general did not witness an important change from the previous stage between December 2020 and September 2021, except that the number of displaced people witnessed a decrease by 35,000 thousand people, while there are still millions of Iraqis suffering from the consequences of years of The violence and displacement that occurred during the ISIS crisis that lasted from 2014 to 2017, and they have not yet recovered.[/size]
[size=45]While the country has gradually recovered from multiple shocks it experienced in the year 2020, which included the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, the decline in oil prices and the devaluation of the dinar, important structural challenges still exist to ensure adequate economic growth and address widespread problems of poverty and unemployment that continue to have consequences for Iraqis in various parts of the country This is regardless of the needs of the areas affected by the war on ISIS.[/size]
[size=45]The United Nations Office for Humanitarian Affairs in Iraq and other supporting humanitarian organizations relied on special criteria to determine the humanitarian needs of Iraq for 2022. The analyzes indicated that there are still 2.5 million Iraqis exposed to difficult humanitarian conditions and in need of assistance for the remainder of the year, constituting a 41% decrease from the number of The needy during the year 2021, who numbered 4.1 million people. This number includes all those residing in the camps for the displaced, numbering 180,000, and more than half of those residing outside the camps of the displaced, numbering 549,000, and one third of the returnees, numbering 1.7 million people.[/size]
[size=45]The report indicated that many of the returnees had lost their homes and main sources of resources. Although Iraq's economy is improving now with the rise in oil prices, many people who were previously classified as needing humanitarian assistance are still so far and must receive assistance during 2022 through government and development activities.[/size]
[size=45]The displaced people residing in the camps suffer from a decline in services due to the lack of financial allocations and the interruption of continuous aid from the government. It is estimated that out of the 1 million IDPs living outside the camps, 55% of them are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance during 2022. Also, most of the 1.7 million IDP returnees are still suffering from humanitarian needs due to the conditions in which they live in their return areas without services. Basic and no decent living looming.[/size]
[size=45]During the organization’s preparation of the humanitarian response plan for Iraq during the year 2022, it identified the number of 991,000 people residing in camps, residing outside camps and returnees who will receive humanitarian aid during the year 2022, at a financial cost estimated at 400 million dollars.[/size]
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