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Iraqi Red Crescent society : the continued flow of food and relief assistance to Falluja and Ramadi , and the number of displaced people reached 13,000 family

IRCS declares the continued flow of its humanitarian assistance to Anbar governorate via number of land roads . Thus , that the emergency teams of IRCS can access to Falluja city and distributing humanitarian to civilians . The assistant secretary general , Mohammed Al-Kuza’e commented on that by saying : “ IRCS emergency teams can access to Falluja and distributing ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent Society is sending food items to Al- Anbar Governorate in coordinate with security forces and local government

IRCS Announced on sending Food and Non- food Items to Al-Anbar in coordination with local government and security forces in the same governorate to provide the affected families who suffered from the conflicts armed • In addition to invite other parts to ensure safe access for the needy families.  It’s worth to be mentioned that’s security forces are ready to ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent Society provide food & Relief assistant to the affected people by the rains and floods in Al- Muthanna governorate.

After the rain and floods which overcome all of the Iraqi governorates, especially in Al-Muthanna. IRCS provide food and relief assistant to affected people by heavy rains and floods in Al-Muthanna governorate, where Al-muthanna Branch of IRCS has prepared emergency Team to be ready in dealing with rains and floods, it was also pre-processing warehouse with strategic stocks are ( ...

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IRCS distributes more than 700 relief and food ration in Baghdad , Diyala , and Nasiria to the affected families by the rain

IRCS has declared distributing more than 700 relief and food ration to the affected families by the rain which swept the country recently . IRCS / Baghdad branch has purchased six pumps to draw water from Al-Salam complex in Jukuk area in Baghdad as well as to hire tank cars to draw water from the residential areas , distributing 250 ...

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