Reports

Iraqi Red Crescent: nearly 14 thousand people have displaced from Fallujah during two weeks, while the Iraqi Red Crescent doing its potential to relief them

Escalating the wave of displacement from the city of Fallujah due to the battles in the city, since two weeks ago the number of displaced people was growing from the outskirts of the city and inside it to reach 14 thousand displaced people, who were able to reach a safe area. the displaced  have told the human suffering that they ...

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The Iraqi Red Crescent publishes break stations and roving squads in preparation for providing services for visitors of Imam Kadhum (peace be upon him)

In preparation for the visit of Imam Kadhum (peace be upon him) and in order to provide the better humanitarian services, the Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS)/Baghdad branch has put prior plan to install more than 20 break station for providing medical services and first aid. The stations were distributed in different roads which used by visitors, starting at the ...

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Relief Operations for displaced families from Anbar Governorate since 04/14/2015 until 04/24/2015

Introduction:  The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) is a humanitarian society, that relief the most vulnerable people in the community from disasters, and works to minimize its impact, especially after the entry of the armed groups to the Iraqi governorates and the occurrence of violence, which led to the displacement. Background of Humanitarian Situation:  After the outbreak of violence in ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent Society : humanitarian situation in north Iraq is becoming increasingly difficult as a result of the flow of hundreds of thousands of displaced people and the growing their needs

Sinjar, hundreds of families have to refuge to Sinjar Mountain after dominated of armed group on the city after dominated of armed group on the city of Tal Afar and a number of other cities in Nineveh , thousands of civilians have to refuge to the city of Sinjar, where the small city packed with thousands of displaced families in ...

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