Over five rounds of data collection, Access to Durable Solutions Among IDPs in Iraq turned the Inter-Agency Standing Committee’s eight criteria for a durable solution into measurable indicators fielded in quantitative surveys. The findings highlighted below represent some of these key indicators. These findings generalize to the population of Iraqi IDP households who fled one of seven governorates of origin to Baghdad, Basra, Kirkuk, and Sulaymaniyah between January 2014 and December 2015 and who have remained in the same district of displacement since Round 1 of the study. More data, findings, and in-depth discussions of IDP households’ progress in accessing durable solutions can be found in yearly and topical thematic reports.
Quotes from the qualitative interviews from the respective rounds illustrate the key quantitative findings in each criterium. Hover over numbers shaded with orange to read the quotes.
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