The challenges of delivering humanitarian aid in Iraq are well known: high security risks, hard to reach areas, multi-layered governance, and complex local environment. Yet, the need to support vulnerable communities with humanitarian aid remains high. Iraqi Red Crescent Society, with i-APS support brings together Iraq’s active and able civil society organizations to identify our strengths and weaknesses, coordinate our work, and collaborate for the future. i-APS works helps effective partnerships among relief and development actors—national and international—to enhance Iraq’s collective ability to respond to the need of Iraq’s most vulnerable.
i-APS works centers around support in the following six technical areas:
- Public and Primary Healthcare, Mental and Psychosocial Health
- Primary Education
- Livelihoods and Food Security
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Shelter and Essential Infrastructure
- Youth Empowerment
- Iraqi Civil Society/Non-Governmental Organizations