Geneva / Baghdad – in its quest to enhance cooperation and coordination to ease the burden caused by the tense humanitarian situation in Iraq since the start of the current armed conflict, the delegation of ICRC pledged, which included the Secretary General of IFRC Mr. Elhadj As Sy, and Director General of ICRC , Mr. Yves Daccord, and it’s the biggest ...Read More »
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IRCS held a press conference in the presence of the General Secretary of IFRC and the Director General of the ICRC who is visiting Iraq currently to knowledge for the humanitarian situation on the field.
The president of Iraqi Red Crescent Society held , a joint press on Friday in Baghdad conference with the general secretary of IFRC and the Director-General of the ICRC to shed light on the human response reality of IRCS and the components of the international movement of those affected by the violence taking place in the country. The president of ...Read More »
The President of IRCS, Dr. Yassin Al-Mamouri receives a phone call from the President of IFRC on displaced persons
The President of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society, Dr. Yassin Almamori received a telephone call from Mr. Tadateru Konoe, President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), which he expressed his thanks and appreciation for the efforts made by the presidency of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society to deal with t the humanitarian needs at ...Read More »
Red Cross Red Crescent appeals for CHF 6.4 millionto step up response in Iraq to meeturgent humanitarian needs
Baghdad/ Geneva, 1July 2014 – As the security situation in Iraq continues to deteriorate, the Red Cross and Red Crescent is stepping up its preparedness and response capacity to the crisis. Today the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) launched an emergency appeal for around 6.4million Swiss francs (7.2 million US dollars) to support the Iraqi ...Read More »
Iraqi Red Crescent Society assists thousands of displaced families after alarming deterioration of the humanitarian situation
Geneva/Baghdad – 25 June 2014 The humanitarian situation in Iraq continues to be alarming as the number of families displaced by violence is rising every day. A massive displacement started in the country on 10 June after the deterioration of the security situation in the provinces of Nineveh, Salah Al-Din and Diyala. Kurdistan has become the safe zone for many ...Read More »
IRCS” more than 32,000 citizens spent the night in the desert while the IRCS is still waiting for the approval of Kurdistan region Authorities to install the camps there for those displaced families”.
The Iraqi Red Crescent Society announced the recorded of 32,000 displaced people from Mosul towards Kurdistan region yesterday. The Assistant Secretary General for the Iraqi Red Crescent Mohammed Alkhozai said ” More than 32,000 people from different areas of Mosul are still in the desert on the borders of the Kurdistan region while the Iraqi Red Crescent is still waiting ...Read More »
Syria crisis : IFRC appeals for CHF 194 million to assist over 6 million people in Syria and neighbouring countries.
Geneva/Beirut 2 December 2013: Almost three years after the beginning of the crisis in Syria, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is increasing its support to assist over 6 million people. To reflect growing needs and the arrival of winter, the IFRC has revised its three emergency appeals for Syria, Syria’s neighbouring countries (Iraq, Jordan ...Read More »