Save the Children International

Save the Children International

This report, the first comprehensive study of this size since the conflict escalated in Iraq 2014, details heart-breaking accounts from children who have been displaced by violence and fighting since Mosul fell to ISIS. The study explores how Iraqi children’s experiences of violence and
As Iraqi and coalition forces close in on Mosul, the lives of more than half a million children now hang in the balance. Aram Shakaram, Save the Children’s Deputy Country Director in Iraq, said: “Unless safe routes to e
Fairfield, Conn. (July 20, 2016) — Children and their families are taking huge risks to flee areas held by militant groups in Iraq ahead of an expected military offensive, Save the Children is warning. More than 30,000 people
Iraq faces a humanitarian crisis this summer on a massive scale, with hundreds of thousands more people expected to flee besieged cities as escape routes open up, Save the Children is warning. Already this month we have seen 80,000
ABOUT THIS REPORT Through the voices of children, parents and staff working in the region this report presents a glimpseinto the struggles faced by refugee and displaced families in the region. What is highlighted, however, is the
Save the Children is currently responding to the needs of both Syrian refugee and IDP families, in camp and non-camp settings in the governorates of Dohuk, Ninewa, Erbil, Sulaymaniyah, Kirkuk, Diyala, and Salahedin by ensuring that children have access to quality educ
Fairfield, Conn. (August 26, 2014) — The humanitarian impact of the fighting in Iraq is pushing host communities to breaking point, with some towns tripling in size and forcing those who fled the bloodshed to live in appalling conditions.The United Nations estimates that of the 1.45 mi
Save the Children has worked in Iraq since 1991 and since 2009 has been established as the leading INGO for children in Northern and Southern Iraq.We began our response to the displacement in Anbar in January 2014, and are now aiming to reach 240,000 people in response to the unfolding IDP