Overview of position The Iraq Internally Displaced Peoples Information Centre (IIC) was launched in 2015 following an inter‐agency assessment into the information and communication needs of displaced populations in Iraq. Responding to one of the most complex humanitarian crises in the world, the Humanitarian Country Team agreed to the establishment of an inter‐agency accountability mechanism that allows affected populations to directly influence the evolution of Humanitarian Response in Iraq. The IIC is implemented by our client and is funded by a range of partners. Since its launch, the IIC has handled more than 396,000 calls, giving information to more than 2 million individuals. The IIC’s primary objective is to promote two‐way communication between affected populations to:Apply Now
- Empower communities through the provision of accessible and timely information on how to access humanitarian services and resources required to improve their situation;
- Help ensure efficient and effective Coordination of humanitarian actors operating in Iraq by collecting and circulating information about the urgent needs and priorities of affected populations, as well as the information gaps between them and delivering actors;
- Support an environment of transparency and accountability by establishing an easy‐to‐access and safe mechanism through which critical feedback and complaints can be submitted and referred to humanitarian actors to influence humanitarian programming and shape advocacy.