UNHCR Iraq 2022 achievements (Moving toward a government-led IDP response and furthering refugee inclusion)

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Publish Date: 30 April 2023 (7 months ago)
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UNHCR Iraq 2022 achievements (Moving toward a government-led IDP response and furthering refugee inclusion)

Document Type: Reports
Document Language: English
Operational Context: Five years after the defeat of Dae’sh in 2017, Iraq has an internally displaced population of 1.2 million and five million IDP returnees. Displaced Iraqis have achieved the same level of realisation of their rights as the rest of the Iraqi population, but also face similar challenges. The country also continued to generously host 287,000 refugees and asylum seekers, mostly Kurdish Syrians living in the Kurdistan Region (over 90%), who enjoy high levels of inclusion into public services, policies and communities. Iraq in 2022 was marked by relative stability, increased state revenues, and the election of a new government, creating the space for more government ownership. As a result, donor interest to support the humanitarian IDP response in Iraq diminished. The UN and donors in 2022 reached a common agreement that the remaining needs of IDPs and IDP returnees in Iraq are better addressed through sustainable deve

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Iraq - IDPs, Iraq - IDP Returnees, Iraq - Refugees, Iraq - Asylum-Seekers, Iraq - Stateless
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