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Devastation still reigns in Iraq after years of fighting

Shamsa’s husband was killed, leaving her to raise six children alone in a country torn apart by conflict. 
She is one of thousands of widows who have been driven from their homes with no income, no security and nowhere to go. 
Families like Shamsa’s are at risk of horrendous acts of violence, impossible living conditions and forced evictions. Many who try to return home find their houses completely destroyed and have to go back to camps or flee elsewhere. 

As winter frost starts to spread, strong winds can batter makeshift shelters, and families struggle to get dry and warm after heavy rains. 

Displaced Iraqis need your support. 
UNHCR is on the ground, providing protection to refugees and internally displaced people. But we need your help to urgently deliver shelter and winter cash assistance this season. 
Please donate today. 
Your support will help us reach Iraqis who have withstood years of conflict. You can help them rebuild their lives.

Internally displaced Iraqi mother Shamsa, 46, and her son Mishan Salih, 6, kneel on a mattress inside their tent at Hamam al-Alil camp.


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Summary of donation information

When you give a monthly gift, you can provide vulnerable displaced families with ongoing relief and protection. Please consider making a donation each month. 

US$ 313

helps us support a survivor of gender-based violence with psychosocial counselling in Iraq

US$ 240

could provide a displaced family in Iraq with core relief items, including mattresses, fleece blankets, a kitchen set, a sleeping mat, a solar lamp and other items

US$ 30

could provide 10 sets of protective gear for health care workers in refugee camps in Iraq