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Report Date: 30/11/2016
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This comprehensive study on Refugees, IDPS and Host Community in urban areas in Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, is conducted by a technical working group comprising Sulaymaniyah Statistics Office (SSO), Joint Crisis and Coordination Centre (JCCC), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Joint IDP Profiling Services (JIPS). This study is funded by the United Kingdom Department for International Development. The preliminary findings of the study were shared and validated with Governorate stakeholders, UN agencies, and NGOs in a workshop held in the Governor’s office. The recommendations for the report were subsequently jointly discussed by all parties. This study is, in effect, a joint effort between all the stakeholders playing a significant role in the humanitarian response to the displacement crisis in the Sulaymaniyah Governorate. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUD, page 7 2. METHODOLOGY, page 9 3. WHO AND WHERE ARE THE DISPLACED?, page 13 4. URBAN SPACES AND COHESION, page 19 5. EMPLOYMENT IN URBAN AREAS, page 33 6. FINANCIAL SITUATION AND HOUSEHOLD VULNERABILITY, page 43 7. THE CHALLENGE OF EDUCATION, page 61 8. CONCLUSIONS AND KEY RECOMMENDATIONS, page 65 ANNEXES, page 73-85
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Report Date: 30/11/2016
Description
This comprehensive study on Refugees, IDPS and Host Community in urban areas in Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, is conducted by a technical working group comprising Sulaymaniyah Statistics Office (SSO), Joint Crisis and Coordination Centre (JCCC), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Joint IDP Profiling Services (JIPS). This study is funded by the United Kingdom Department for International Development. The preliminary findings of the study were shared and validated with Governorate stakeholders, UN agencies, and NGOs in a workshop held in the Governor’s office. The recommendations for the report were subsequently jointly discussed by all parties. This study is, in effect, a joint effort between all the stakeholders playing a significant role in the humanitarian response to the displacement crisis in the Sulaymaniyah Governorate. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUD, page 7 2. METHODOLOGY, page 9 3. WHO AND WHERE ARE THE DISPLACED?, page 13 4. URBAN SPACES AND COHESION, page 19 5. EMPLOYMENT IN URBAN AREAS, page 33 6. FINANCIAL SITUATION AND HOUSEHOLD VULNERABILITY, page 43 7. THE CHALLENGE OF EDUCATION, page 61 8. CONCLUSIONS AND KEY RECOMMENDATIONS, page 65 ANNEXES, page 73-85
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Report Date: 30/11/2016
Description
This comprehensive study on Refugees, IDPS and Host Community in urban areas in Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, is conducted by a technical working group comprising Sulaymaniyah Statistics Office (SSO), Joint Crisis and Coordination Centre (JCCC), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Joint IDP Profiling Services (JIPS). This study is funded by the United Kingdom Department for International Development. The preliminary findings of the study were shared and validated with Governorate stakeholders, UN agencies, and NGOs in a workshop held in the Governor’s office. The recommendations for the report were subsequently jointly discussed by all parties. This study is, in effect, a joint effort between all the stakeholders playing a significant role in the humanitarian response to the displacement crisis in the Sulaymaniyah Governorate. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUD, page 7 2. METHODOLOGY, page 9 3. WHO AND WHERE ARE THE DISPLACED?, page 13 4. URBAN SPACES AND COHESION, page 19 5. EMPLOYMENT IN URBAN AREAS, page 33 6. FINANCIAL SITUATION AND HOUSEHOLD VULNERABILITY, page 43 7. THE CHALLENGE OF EDUCATION, page 61 8. CONCLUSIONS AND KEY RECOMMENDATIONS, page 65 ANNEXES, page 73-85
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Report Date: 17/11/2016
Description
This comprehensive study on Refugees, IDPS and Host Community in urban areas in Duhok, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, is conducted by a technical working group comprising Duhok Statistics Office (DSO), Board of Relief and Humanitarian Affairs (BRHA), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Joint IDP Profiling Services (JIPS). This study is funded by the United Kingdom Department for International Development. The preliminary findings of the study were shared and validated with Governorate stakeholders, UN agencies, and NGOs in a workshop held in the Governor’s office. The recommendations for the report were subsequently jointly discussed by all parties. This study is, in effect, a joint effort between all the stakeholders playing a significant role in the humanitarian response to the displacement crisis in the Duhok Governorate. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND, page 5 2. METHODOLOGY, page 7 3. WHO AND WHERE ARE THE DISPLACED? Page 10 4. URBAN SPACES AND COHESION, 16 5. EMPLOYMENT IN URBAN AREAS, 31 6. FINANCIAL SITUATION AND HOUSEHOLD VULNERABILITY, 40 7. THE CHALLENGE OF EDUCATION, page 60 8. CONCLUSIONS AND KEY RECOMMENDATIONS, page 65 ANNEXES, page 72-85.
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Report Date: 17/11/2016
Description
This comprehensive study on Refugees, IDPS and Host Community in urban areas in Duhok, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, is conducted by a technical working group comprising Duhok Statistics Office (DSO), Board of Relief and Humanitarian Affairs (BRHA), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Joint IDP Profiling Services (JIPS). This study is funded by the United Kingdom Department for International Development. The preliminary findings of the study were shared and validated with Governorate stakeholders, UN agencies, and NGOs in a workshop held in the Governor’s office. The recommendations for the report were subsequently jointly discussed by all parties. This study is, in effect, a joint effort between all the stakeholders playing a significant role in the humanitarian response to the displacement crisis in the Duhok Governorate. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND, page 5 2. METHODOLOGY, page 7 3. WHO AND WHERE ARE THE DISPLACED? Page 10 4. URBAN SPACES AND COHESION, 16 5. EMPLOYMENT IN URBAN AREAS, 31 6. FINANCIAL SITUATION AND HOUSEHOLD VULNERABILITY, 40 7. THE CHALLENGE OF EDUCATION, page 60 8. CONCLUSIONS AND KEY RECOMMENDATIONS, page 65 ANNEXES, page 72-86.
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