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Iraq Health Cluster

Health Clusters exist to relieve suffering and save lives in humanitarian emergencies, while advancing the well-being and dignity of affected populations. Currently 23 countries have an active Health Cluster. These Health Clusters are working to meet the health needs of approximately 69.7 million people worldwide.

Cluster Mission

The Health Cluster collectively prepares for and responds to humanitarian and public health emergencies to improve the health outcomes of affected populations through timely, predictable, appropriate and effective coordinated health action.

Health Cluster Response People Reached 2018

Health Cluster Funding Updates

4W Monitoring Online Dashboard 2018

KEY CONTACTS

Dr. Fawad Khan
World Health Organization
Health Cluster Coordinator
 khanmu@who.int 
 +964 (0) 751 010 1452

Dr. Kamal S. Olleri  
International Medical Corps
Health Cluster Co-Coordinator
 kolleri@internationalmedicalcorps.org
 +964 (0) 751 740 6181

Abdulrahman Raheem
World Health Organization
National Health Coordinator 
 raheemab@who.int
 +946 (0) 751 010 1468

Amar Sabah
World Health Organization (WHO)
Health Cluster IMO
 +964 (0)7510101481
 
Ali Al-Taie
UNICEF
Nutrtion Officer
Nutrition WG
 +9647809126780
 
Dr. Saidkasim Sakhipov
UNFPA
Reproductive Health Humanitarian Coordinator
Reproductive Health WG
 sakhipov@unfpa.org
+964 (0)7515019897

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Cluster Vision

To save lives and promote dignity in humanitarian and public health emergencies.