“It was my duty to help them. They required the same level of medical care irrespective of the difficult circumstances they faced, and I did my best to give it to them,” she says.
Ninewa is unique. It’s home to Iraq’s myriad minority communities such as Assyrians, Chaldeans, and Shabaks, who were persecuted, as well as the Yazidis who suffered genocide at the hands of ISIL.
Across the province, UNDP is rolling out more than 1,800 projects, with over 200 of these focused on restoring health services to local communities.