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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…
It's been a busy month for everyone at the charity and we plan to bring you regular updates on what's going on throughout the year. To read our full newsletter please click here! How your support and your donations are being used to rebuild and save lives, and improve...read more
The AMAR-led initiative to bring to an end the horrors of religious persecution, which began with a series of high-level conferences in Windsor Castle, has now led to Baghdad. The November event, held over two days in the Iraqi capital, attracted more than 200...read more
Work is a huge part of our lives. It provides security, meaning and a sense of belonging. It’s part of who we are. Many AMAR staff, like the people they serve, have been displaced by war and violence. Working for AMAR provides structure and a semblance of normality....read more
Hundreds of AMAR patients have received specialist treatment from an award-winning London Consultant. Dr Laith Al Rubaiy, an Iraqi by birth, volunteered to work in AMAR’s healthcare clinic near Basra in February. A consultant gastroenterologist, he is currently...read more
AMAR’s work with Yazidi women and girls has featured in one of the UK’s leading newspapers, the Daily Mail. Journalist Lena Corner travelled to Iraqi Kurdistan to visit the IDP camps where AMAR works. She talked to some of the women there about how their lives have...read more