Iraq

700,000
people received water, thanks to the restoration and construction of over 70 water supply systems.
700,000
displaced people received food and other essential items such as cooking tools, jerry cans and blankets.
450,000
people had access to health care, thanks to support provided to health care facilities and physical rehabilitation services.
30,000
detainees were visited in order to check on their treatment and living conditions, and 15,000 salamats (short messages) were exchanged between delegates and their families
500
members of the Iraqi and Kurdish armed forces and authorities, tribal leaders, and academics attended courses on the laws of war.
110,000
people received cash grants to help buy essential goods or start a small income-generating business.

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