Iraq Community Revitalization Program holds partnership meeting

International Organization for Migration (IOM) Iraq’s Community Revitalization Program (CRP) held a partnership meeting in late August, 2015.

According to the IOM Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), over 3.1 million Iraqis have been internally displaced by violence since January 2014. IOM Iraq works to track and identify the needs of displaced persons and returnees across the country; this data is shared with partners and used to guide humanitarian programming.

The CRP is a multi-sectoral programme, which aims to contribute to stabilization in Iraq by improving the conditions for sustainable economic and social inclusion of vulnerable individuals in communities with significant populations of IDPs, returnees and host communities.

The partnership meeting was followed by an exhibition: “Improving Lives, Enhancing Livelihoods – Working Towards Durable Solutions” highlighting IOM Iraq’s range of programs across all 18 governorates.

The exhibition was attended by donors, government representatives, partners and UN agency representatives.

The purpose of the exhibition was to showcase the range of emergency, recovery and stabilization programming of IOM Iraq.

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