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As the numbers fleeing Mosul continue to rise, AMAR teams have stepped in to increase healthcare provision for the displaced. In just ten days, our teams have constructed….
“Daesh [ISIS] soldiers constantly used to pull out clumps of my son’s hair,” says Nadiya, speaking about her eighteen-month-old son Ali from a hospital bed in Northern Iraq…
Manchester man set to ‘run’ for AMAR Like most competitors, Manchester’s Hussein Al-Alak has his own unique training routine for the Manchester 10k. He begins with a cup of coffee in the morning, followed by a cigarette, prays for the best, tells himself it’s raining,...read more
Award-winning Welsh doctor helps British charity in Iraq An award-winning Welsh medical specialist has been working alongside local doctors in war-torn Iraq helping to improve the lives of some of the country’s poorest citizens. Dr Laith Al Rubaiy spent several days...read more
Chris Frost, the Chairman of AMAR’s Finance Committee, has retired from the position after five years at the helm. Since he began his Chairmanship, Mr Frost has skilfully overseen AMAR’s already excellent financial arrangements. A frequent visitor to Iraq and the...read more
Featured on the Right: New AMAR Finance Committee Chairman, Michael Boardman. The Board of the AMAR International Charitable Foundation is to expand and strengthen its Finance Committee. It will now be chaired by leading financial businessman and AMAR supporter, Mr...read more
The soft-drinks giant, Coca-Cola, has joined forces with AMAR to boost our continued efforts to ensure the sustainable preservation of the historic marshlands in Southern Iraq. AMAR is implementing a drainage scheme in marshland villages that will filter and purify...read more