Life after Daesh

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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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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Australia has pledged $20M to help local services in Iraq

Australia has pledged $20M to help local services in Iraq

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Iraqi forces discovered 130 Daesh explosives in Mosul

Iraqi forces discovered 130 Daesh explosives in Mosul

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Al-Azim City Market

One year after Iraq declared its territory liberated from Daesh, the residents of Azim, Iraq, express their thanks to the Iraqi security forces for their courage and sacrifice

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Martyr’s Wall Haditha

In Haditha in Iraq, the ‘Martyr’s Wall’ remembers those who gave their lives to save the city from Daesh

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Vocational Training Centre – Al-Anbar

Vocational Training Centre of Al-Anbar has returned to activities in rehabilitation, and training the unemployed

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Nineveh Rehabilitation of Schools

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UNDP Generators

The lights are coming back on in Al-Qa’im in Iraq after the dark days of Daesh, thanks to a UN programme providing over 40 power generators

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