Decades of violence in Iraq and surrounding countries have resulted in a multifaceted humanitarian situation, characterised by large parts of the country being directly affected by conflict, as well as multiple waves of large-scale displacement including an influx of refugees from neighbouring Syria. REACH has been present in Iraq since 2012, supporting humanitarian decision-making with assessments and information management activities focusing on the needs of displaced, returnees, and conflict-affected populations.
Iraq - Identifying key drought preparedness and response gaps of the Water Scarcity Community of Practice (WS CoP) members
Iraq- Secondary Analysis of Market and Price Data for COVID-19 Response
Iraq- Syrian Refugee Influx Rapid Assessment: Border/ Reception Centre Monitoring
Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria - Mixed Migration Platform (MMP) Separated families
Iraq- Civil Documentation and Housing, Land and Property (HLP) Protection Needs Assessment for IDPs and Returnees
Iraq - Assessment of Areas of Return (Rapid Overview of Areas of Return (ROAR)+)