Humanitarian

How Germany is helping the people of Mosul

The humanitarian situation is very serious for many people in Iraq, despite it usually being overshadowed by the crisis in Syria. The huge efforts of the international community have so far prevented a humanitarian disaster in Mosul.

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Helping to stabilize Iraq: support for local police

Trust between security forces and civilians is essential to stability; this is particularly true at the local level.  One of the most critical factors in the stabilisation of Iraq is the establishment and strengthening of community-based policing. The Government of Germany has earmarked four million euros for this purpose in 2016 and 2017. The projects are carried out jointly with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Iraq.

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Joint Statement by the Small Group of the Global Coalition

The Small Group of the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL (Da’esh) met today in Berlin at the invitation of Ambassador Sabine Sparwasser of the Federal Republic of Germany and U.S. Special Presidential Envoy Brett McGurk to review the progress of our collective effort to liberate Mosul and to build momentum towards the isolation and liberation of Raqqa.

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Japan Backs IOM Shelter Aid for Displaced Iraqis in Anbar Governorate

IOM in Iraq is providing emergency shelter and camp coordination and camp management (CCCM) support for more than 12,900 internally displaced Iraqis living in camps in Fallujah district, Anbar governorate. These activities are made possible by a USD 1 million donation from the Government of Japan.

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The Italian Contribution to the Global Coalition Against Daesh

Italy is among the top contributors to the Global Coalition against Daesh, actively supporting Coalition’s efforts in each and every line of effort, including Italian military support. In its firm pledge to fight terrorism, Italy has developed a multi-dimensional strategy which integrates international and national endeavors in order to maximize the effectiveness and coherence of its actions.

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The EU – Countering Daesh

The EU’s diverse actions in the region aim to address the political, social and economic root causes of the conflicts in Syria and Iraq, mitigate the humanitarian consequences of the crises, and reduce the terrorist threat from Daesh and other terrorist organisations, while avoiding contagion at regional level.

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The EU is a leading global donor in the response to humanitarian needs created by the Syria and Iraq crises

The EU is a leading global donor in the response to humanitarian needs created by the Syria and Iraq crises.

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New mobile clinics to help 45,000 Iraqis a year

Continuing its effort to support the Iraqi government in stabilising the provinces liberated from Daesh, the German Government delivered five mobile clinics to the Iraqi Ministry of Health on 13 March 2016 in Baghdad. The clinics will be used to provide primary health care services to citizens in regions of the country that have recently been liberated.

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The Australian Government has announced $220 million in aid over the next three years to respond to the Syria crisis

The Australian Government, as part of the 2016 Australian Federal Budget, has announced $220 million over the next three years to respond to the Syria crisis. 

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Sweden’s contribution to the Global Coalition

Sweden is a member of the Small Group of the Global Coalition, the group of core contributing countries, and participates in the Coalition’s Military and the Stabilisation Working Groups.

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What is France doing to help civilian populations who are victims of Daesh’s violent actions?

On the humanitarian front, France is carrying out a variety of interconnected activities, ranging from emergency aid for people fleeing fighting, through to support for victims of ethnic and religious violence and receiving refugees.

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