Stabilisation

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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Um Thanon

In post-liberation Samarra, Um Thanon creates opportunities for women for their own financial independence and self-worth

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Al-Azim Health Centre

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Hawija health centre

Daesh failed to provide even basic services – like health care. Local health centres, like this one in Hawija, are now providing vital services to Iraqis in liberated areas

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This year 280 schools have been rebuilt in Mosul

This year 280 schools have been rebuilt in Mosul

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SRTF announced a new project in Raqqa

SRTF announced a new project in Raqqa

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Mosul Schools Rehabilitation

After Daesh, rebuilding schools in Mosul was necessary. Now, 20 schools for 40,000 students have opened.

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Qantara Cultural Project

Under Daesh, cultural platforms were regularly targeted. After Mosul’s liberation they became a form of resilience.

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Cuneiform

Iraq has an incredible cultural heritage that stretches back millennia. Watch how #LifeAfterDaesh is allowing for the reclamation of that history

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Maria sewing workshop

From one woman, a sewing workshop was built from the ruins left by Daesh, to develop employment skills for the participants

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Al-Bab Bakeries back to work

Daesh’s rule often stopped the supply of even the most basic necessities – but this new bakery is making bread for areas liberated from Daesh, as well as providing employment for workers

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Um Hajjer

Um Hajjer is an example of a successful woman who tried to challenge the difficult situations in Mosul and she managed to create her own business in Baghdad proving that the role of women in rebuilding societies after Daesh is very essential now.

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