The Kurdistan Region of Iraq has been struggling since mid-2014 with a bombardment of shocks. It began when the Government of Iraq slashed its funding of the Kurdistan Region, followed by ISIS attacks on Mosul, Anbar and then the Kurdistan Region, and subsequent waves of mass displacement.
The Region, still in crisis and nowhere near recovery, is now facing additional threats that need to be tackled immediately. Although it appears that displacement into the Kurdistan Region largely halted, there remains a steady influx of arrivals into the Region. With the dwindling of humanitarian funds and uncertainty about future levels of humanitarian aid – both in resources and funding – the gaps, constraints and inadequacies of the humanitarian response are becoming more visible and alarming.
The KRG has issued a comprehensive report on the full humanitarian efforts in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. You may find the full report here