To better understand the efficiency of the means of mass communication used in Domiz refugee camp in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI), REACH facilitated a rapid assessment in December 2013. Findings reveal that when used separately, none of the mass communication media allows aid actors to reach the entire refugee population. The assessment also found that most refugee households are willing to use a Facebook group to access public anouncements about the situation in Domiz camp, notably in terms of facilities and services provided by aid actors. Key findings from the rapid assessment are are presented in a fact-sheet.
To read more about the situation in KRI and how REACH is contributing to better planning and delivery of assistance for Syrian refugees, visit the Iraq country page.