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In total nearly six million Iraqis have been displaced due to conflict since January 2014; more than 1.8 million continue to be displaced, and more than 4.1 million have returned (as of October 2018). In its effort to meet the needs of Iraq’s most vulnerable displaced persons, IOM – the UN Migration Agency - Iraq Mission, scaled-up its operations to deliver aid throughout the country, in coordination with the Iraqi government, donors and UN agencies. IOM Iraq has provided life-saving aid to millions of people across all of Iraq’s 18 governorates.

Since it began operations in 2003, IOM Iraq has built a strong network of staff, offices and logistics, enabling the mission to respond quickly and effectively to the current displacement crisis. The more than 1,400 staff based in Baghdad, Erbil, Basra and numerous sub-offices are dedicated to improving the conditions of the displaced and to working with local host communities. With a presence on the ground in all governorates, IOM staff has been on the frontlines of the humanitarian response to this unprecedented crisis in Iraq.

International Organization for Migration (IOM) - Iraq Mission
Main Office in Baghdad: UNAMI Compound (Diwan 2), International Zone

Tel: +3908 3105 2600 Ext. 5857 & 5928
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://iomiraq.net

IOM Iraq Chief of Mission: Mr. Gerard Waite
His bio is available on the IOM Iraq website