Building community resilience in a former ISIL stronghold
Unlike many people who fled Mosul when the so called Islamic State (ISIL) took control of the Iraqi city in June 2014, Azam, 55, and his family stayed put. For the family of six – including two boys in secondary school and two girls in primary school – hunkering down was the best option.cMore information >
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