IOM Iraq - Mosul Crisis Response - Revised Funding Gaps
Following the onset of the Mosul military operation in Iraq, IOM has begun responding to the humanitarian needs of those affected by the conflict. IOM works closely with the government authorities, OCHA and Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) and the clusters to respond to the changing situation and needs as the displacement crisis evolves.
The IOM Iraq Mosul Crisis Response Revised Funding Gaps outlines the revised needs and funding gaps for shelter support, including establishment of emergency sites (E-sites); provision of non-food items; emergency health services; delivery of lifesaving psychosocial services and emergency livelihoods and social cohesion activities, for which IOM Iraq urgently appeals for USD 93 million to maintain its humanitarian assistance to the population affected by the Mosul crisis.
IOM’s total requirements for the Mosul crisis response of USD 147.5 million is currently 37 per cent funded by the Governments of Canada, Germany, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.