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BRUSSELS, 2 November, 2016 - Children fleeing Mosul are arriving at camps petrified, struggling to express themselves, and in some cases too terrified to speak, say World Vision staff based just outside of the city. Two years livin
By Cecil Laguardia, Communications Coordinator - Khanke, Duhok Governorate - Canadian Ambassador to Jordan Bruno Saccomani has commended the joint efforts of World Vision and the Duhok Governorate in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq at the inauguration of the multi-millio
World Vision has recently inaugurated one of the six boreholes it has drilled around areas in Erbil Governorate where water supply is critical. Erbil’s Water Directorate official Engineer Aveen Tahseen said the facilities are crucial in helping boost the supply
“This is the way to go. The process is easy and transparent”, said UNICEF Head of Office in Iraq, Abdijabar Hassan Dini, upon witnessing how World Vision’s Last Mile Mobile Solutions (LMMS) was used at a recent distribution activity that was also att
“Everyone is very happy. The child-friendly spaces brought so much joy to many children in the camps,” teaching staff team leader Reber Chali said with a broad smile. All around him, children’s laughter and shouts filled the air. During an outdoor ac
What is every mother’s wish? Most likely it will be the same with every Iraqi mother who has fled the conflict in northern Iraq for the safety of their families. Forty-year old mother of four Angela Jajo from Qaraqosh
World Vision recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Directorate of Duhok Outskirts Water to assist in the rehabilitation project of the water treatment facility located in Khanke town, part of the Duhok Governorate in the Kurdistan Region of Ir
“We are all looking forward on the children’s activities to start soon”, says 30-year old Seiton Sulayman with a grin. All of the women cooking with her in Bersive 1 Camp momentarily stopped to express their excitement. Few steps from them and their playing ch
Unicef field supervisor Namrud Zargon was excited as he assisted the internally-displaced people (IDPs) waiting for their registration to be completed at Sharia Camp in Duhok, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. After the verification was completed and complaints were add
Haifa was washing the day’s dishes as her three younger children Hisham, Raw-a and Naif played near the heater. The weather was starting to get colder as rain broke slowly. Dawedeya Camp is a long line of pre-fabricated cabins known as caravans occupied by interna
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