Iraq sc

Publication date

2nd October 2014


Islamic Relief Worldwide



Helping families caught up in Iraq conflict

As the crisis in Iraq grows increasingly complex, Islamic Relief remains on the ground delivering life-saving humanitarian aid to vulnerable families.

Since the beginning of the year, a surge in violence has forced an estimated 1.2 million people to flee their homes as government forces clash with armed groups in a complex conflict. Many families are seeking shelter in schools, mosques, churches, and abandoned buildings.

Islamic Relief – which has been working in Iraq since 1996 – is working closely with other humanitarian agencies to help those affected by the conflict in Anbar, Ninewa, Saleheddin and Erbil.

This crisis in Iraq is now amongst the most grave facing the world today. With your support, we can continue our vital humanitarian work on the ground: please donate to our Iraq emergency appeal today.


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