We have reached almost two million people all over Iraq, including more that 600,000 people in the governorate of Ninewa and 99,000 people in Mosul city.
Oxfam is providing aid to those in need, which includes providing water, sanitation facilities, protection services, health promotion sessions and cash. Oxfam works with internally displaced people, returnees and remainees in five governorates.
We are also rehabilitating water infrastructure, providing sanitation facilities and supporting hygiene promotion activities.
We are supporting people by helping them to work and earn money, and also providing information and regular community dialog sessions.
As the frontline recedes, Oxfam plans to expand operations to include new areas in Central Iraq.
Oxfam in Mosul
Since the campaign to retake Mosul began, Oxfam has helped more than 300,000 people affected by the conflict. Oxfam provides life-saving food, water, and protection in camps and neighbourhoods throughout Mosul district. Work to rehabilitate the Gazlani water plant has established the first native source of clean water in western Mosul city.
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