Our Stories

  • Fallujah Maternity and Children’s Hospital Opens
    Jun 17, 2013

    The city of Fallujah, in Anbar Governorate, is home to approximately 700,000 people. Fallujah experienced some of the greatest violence and conflict in Iraq since May 2003. The city and the surrounding areas were left with severely deteriorated health services and a lack of effective facilities, particularly for paediatric, neonatal, and maternal care.

  • UNDP hands over new Community Policing stations in Basra
    Jun 16, 2013

    During a recent ceremony UNDP Iraq handed over two brand new, state of the art police stations in Basra.

  • UNDP Improves Access to Water
    Jun 16, 2013

    To address water shortages in Iraq, UNDP under the Expanded Humanitarian Response Fund, funded Iraqi NGO al-Rafidain Feministic Organisation to improve water access for Al-Bou Rishaa Village in the Khudir District of Muthanna.

  • The Hidden Danger - Hakim’s story
    Jun 15, 2013

    Hakim Salih Hakim is the head of his household and is the father of three children. He lives in the Soran district of the Erbil Governorate and previously worked as a guard at a government’s office. “Life wasn’t too bad then, we had our own place and I had a steady income from my job,” Hakim remembers.

  • New Shop, New Life - Amin’s Story
    Jun 15, 2013

    Amin Hassan Sulaiman was only ten years old when he lost his right leg, left arm, left eye and three fingers from his right hand after a mine exploded in his field. “I was grazing animals in Spring 2001 in my village Bekma when I found the strange object” Amin remembers.

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