After two years under the rule of a harsh militant group, children and families are fleeing newly-liberated villages and towns near Mosul, Iraq. World Vision’s Child-Friendly Spaces in Zelican camp give them a chance to play and be kids again.
Our world is full of hurting families and nations torn apart by war and violence, and it can be difficult to know how to help those in need. Through prayer, we can “seek peace and pursue it” (Psalm 34:14). Pray with us for conflict zones around the world.
Innovative projects through the World Food Program empower people like Saeeda — displaced from Mosul, Iraq, 2 years ago — to cook a favorite recipe from home.
Up to 1 million civilians could flee Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul, as the siege escalates, creating urgent humanitarians needs.
As the fight accelerates to retake Mosul, hundreds of thousands of are expected to flee from the Iraq conflict like Hada’s family has done. Read her story.
Cold weather takes a toll on a family that’s spending a second winter in a tent in the Kurdish Region of Iraq.
Hope is in short supply among the 3.3 million Iraqis displaced by conflict since mid-2014 and who face little chance of returning home soon. Here are three women’s stories: a surgeon, a physician, and an art therapist. As survivors of the conflict, each illustrates how women are working to bring hope and healing to displaced children and families.