Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative
The Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative (ICSSI) is dedicated to bringing together Iraqi and international civil societies through concrete actions to build together another Iraq, with peace and Human Rights for all.
An overview of our work
Diyala in Catastrophic Situation, Most Farmers Leave Their Farmland Due to Drought
Water Transfer Projects Threaten the Lesser Zab!
NEW REPORT AND WEBTOOL PROVIDE INSIGHT INTO IRAQ’S LOOMING WATER CRISIS: IOM AND DELTARES
Solidarity in Times of Covid-19: Read the Report of the Mesopotamian Water Forum Virtual Assembly
On Earth Day, a new report tracks the reality and challenges of the environment in Iraq
Environmental Theme at Al-Fallujah Council Workshop With The Environment And Water Masar
Alamara Council for Social Cohesion and the ISF’s Environment And Water Masar Balance Tourism and the Environment
Iraq: Water Crisis in Basra Decades of Mismanagement, Pollution, Corruption Print
Trevi return Mosul Dam to the Iraqi technicians, but this dam is effectively a construction project that never ends
Experts: Water Drought is One of Three Crises Threatening Iran
Water Activists Meet Privately with the Minister of Water Resources, Dr. Hassan Al-Janabi
Fostering solidarity across borders to protect the shared rivers of Mesopotamia!