Kurdistan Regional Government
FRI, 15 NOV 2019 14:02 Erbil, GMT +3




Important notice: This is KRG's old cabinet website.
For updated information about Kurdistan Regional Government
visit GOV.KRD please

Syrian Refugee Crisis




KRG Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

The Kurdistan Region has registered well more than 200,000 Syrian refugees as of May 2014. An estimated 97% of Syrian refugees in Iraq reside in Kurdistan. To accommodate these refugees, the KRG has built seven permanent camps, three transitional camps, and is in the process of constructing another four camps. To try to respond to their needs, the KRG has provided nearly $70 million dollars in relief funds. Working in league with the governorates of Kurdistan, UN partners and agencies, and assorted NGOs and charities, the KRG has been able to provide food, shelter, education, and healthcare to the refugees. [read more]

From the United Nations and the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)

Videos:

Publications:

Links:





Activities

Prime Minister Barzani receives IICO delegation

MON, 15 APR 2019 10:40

Prime Minister Barzani stressed that the Kurdistan Region needs from the international community and the Iraqi government to meet the requirements of the displaced people, especially in the fields of education and health, including psychological treatment.

Kurdistan Region still hosts about 1.5 Million IDPs and refugees

THU, 14 FEB 2019 10:52

In 2018, only 32,000 of approximately 1.5 million remaining internally displaced persons, IDPs, and Syrian refugees in Kurdistan Region have either returned to their homes or migrated abroad.

Prime Minister Barzani receives Poland’s Minister for Humanitarian Aid

WED, 12 DEC 2018 14:21

Prime Minister Barzani expressed hope that the delegation will have a clear picture about the situation of the displaced, stressing that the Kurdistan Region, as in the past, will continue to promote the principles of religious coexistence. He also praised the role of the international community in persuading the displaced not to leave the country.