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Refugee Camp and Mental Health Care Action Against Hunger

Recovery after ISIS: Responding to mental health needs in Mosul

Action Against Hunger has been working with internally displaced people since ISIS took control of parts of Iraq in 2014. More than 10 million people need humanitarian assistance, and access to the most vulnerable populations remains a major challenge. Our programs in Mosul and surrounding areas include providing food, water, sanitation and hygiene, as well […]

Psychological Support Action Against Hunger

MOSUL: DELIVERING LIFESAVING ASSISTANCE TO FAMILIES

Since the beginning of the military intervention aimed at ousting the Islamic State from Mosul and its surrounding areas a month ago, more than 56,000 people have fled. Most of them have found refuge in camps but had to go on a dangerous journey to reach safe areas. Photo: © Emilien Urbano / Agence Myop […]