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New Findings Show Lack of Durable Solutions for Displaced Iraqis



The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has identified 1.8 million displaced Iraqis, while 4,000 families live outside the camps.

 

The organization said in a report PUKmedia obtained a copy, on Tuesday: Five years after the start of the ISIL crisis in Iraq, more than 1.8 million people remain displaced. While most internally displaced persons (IDPs) living outside of camps initially saw their living conditions improve in the years immediate after displacement, now many live in a state of limbo – often working in the informal labour sector, still crowding extended families into small living spaces and relying on funds from family members or government pensions.

 

These are the findings of the latest round of an ongoing, multi-ye...
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New Findings Show Lack of Durable Solutions for Displaced Iraqis


The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has identified 1.8 million displaced Iraqis, while 4,000 families live outside the camps.

 

The organization said in a report...


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