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Raghad Engineer

Raghad’s drive to succeed wasn’t stopped by Daesh – she taught herself 10 programming languages, created an educational series for children, and founded a youth employment programme

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Shamoun Al-Safa School

Shamoun Al-Safa was the first Christian school in Mosul, Iraq, built in 1855. Almost completely destroyed by Daesh, it’s now returned to life, letting its students return to the classroom

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Mohammed the Painter

Art is being used as therapy in liberated areas – these volunteers are removing Daesh graffiti from school walls

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The EU has contributed €184.4M since 2016 in Iraq

The EU has contributed €184.4M since 2016 in Iraq

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The EU has committed €15M to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation

The EU has committed €15M to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation

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The EU committed €47.5M to UNDP projects

The EU committed €47.5M to UNDP projects

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The EU committed €14M to assist the Iraqi Government

The EU committed €14M to assist the Iraqi Government

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The EU committed €10M to the UN Mine Action Service

The EU committed €10M to the UN Mine Action Service

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The EU commits €57.5M to support UN efforts in rebuilding Mosul

The EU commits €57.5M to support UN efforts in rebuilding Mosul

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The EU announced €20M in support for UNESCO to revive the Old City of Mosul

The EU announced €20M in support for UNESCO to revive the Old City of Mosul

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Ana Hospital in Al-Anbar

When Daesh took control of this hospital in Iraq, it was gutted – staff fled, the facilities were destroyed and the equipment looted.
But when Daesh were expelled the hospital could be restored, treating 3,000 cases every month.

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Iraq’s farmers

Under Daesh many farmers lost their livestock. Watch how loans, supplies and training are getting Iraq’s farmers back on their feet, preserving their livelihoods and avoiding food shortages

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