With the military offensive approaching Mosul, Iraq, scores of children and their families from outlying villages are already fleeing to an overcrowded Camp near Erbil in northern Iraq. Aid agencies predict that up to 600,000 children could eventually flee the main city. World Vision staff are at Debaga camp, providing relief. See more of our disaster response in the following video:
The families fleeing Mosul need our support. Help provide things like:
- Safety, for children, from exploitation, military enslavement and violence
- Access to clean water
- Access to medicine and healthcare
- Protection, for women and girls, from abuse and rape
for dangerous area like Mosul, by making a one time donation
, or by becoming a monthly Raw Hope partner
World Vision workers take water, sanitation and hygiene so seriously, that we have a special term for it: WASH. In the past year, World Vision has reached 382,132 Syrian refugees through its work in the area of WASH.
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You can also learn more about World Vision's work with Syrian refugees affected by the 6-year long conflict.