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Iraqi Red Crescent: Increasing the number of affected families due to the torrents to more than 4700 families.

The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has announced the increase in the numbers of the affected families due to the torrents that swept a number of south and middle governorates. The IRCS has reported in a statement that the recent floods that hit many areas and villages of (Salahuddin, Diyala, Wasit, Maysan, Theqar and Basrah governorates have created a critical ...

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Wasit and Maysan are most affected by torrents and the Iraqi Red Crescent mobilizes its relief teams to provide shelter, food and relief assistance.

Iraq has recorded during the current winter the highest rainfall compared to the last ten years which resulted in floods and torrents that led to the sinking of a number of villages in the governorates, especially Maysan and Wasit had the largest share of the damage as the floods caused the flooding of many villages and the collapse of dozens ...

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The teams of the Iraqi Red Crescent distribute relief and food assistance to more than 130 families affected by rain torrents in Diyala.

The rising in water levels in Diyala river has led to the damage of many families who are living adjacent to it and the displacement of a lot of them to safe areas after thier agriculture lands and houses have been sunk by the floods which caused significant material losses without human casualties. With the continuation of floods crises and its risks, ...

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The teams of the Iraqi Red Crescent distribute more than (270) food parcels to families affected by floods in Salah al-Din and set up camps to receive displaced families.

The teams of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society(IRCS) have distributed more than 270 food parcels to families affected by the rain torrents in Salah al-Din governorate, where the distribution was carried out after conducting a field survey in various areas of the governorate to identify the numbers of the affected families and their necessary needs. The teams have also carried ...

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