When a potentially fatal fire broke out in Aliawe Camp, UNICEF Iraq facilitators knew exactly what to do to keep families safe.
A new school in Dawidiya Camp will provide 800 displaced Iraqi children with access to education.
Salma's health suffered in the tumult of displacement. UNICEF's Health and Nutrition Cluster helped her recover and get back to school in time to complete her final exams.
A UNICEF-facilitated photography workshop builds confidence, facilitates friendships, and provides a sense of belonging.
Water and sanitation volunteers in a Syrian refugee camp in Iraq help maintain camp facilities for their friends and neighbours.
UNICEF's collaboration with Parent Teacher Associations ensures that host community students continue their education.
To reach a group of families sheltering on an isolated plateau with no water, UNICEF takes a creative approach to water delivery.
Aid from the UNICEF and WFP-led Rapid Response Mechanism helped Khalid's family cope in a time of crisis
A child-friendly space provides Ali a safe venue to learn, socialize and play
UNICEF-initiated intervention helped ensure that despite being displaced, Sarab hasn't missed out on a year of school
For a displaced grandmother and her family, new water and sanitation facilities have helped improve everyday life.
Amidst upheaval and conflict, a school principal in Kirkuk struggles to make life as normal as she can for her 900 displaced students.
A new tented school in an IDP camp in Baghdad allows hundreds of displaced students to continue their education.
How do families spend money provided to them in a UNICEF cash assistance project in Iraq? We profile five families to find out.
A birth registration programme ensures that despite displacement, newborn children get proper documentation.
A UNICEF-supported children's entertainment programme benefits the broader community.
UNICEF Education Officer Iman Abdullah is determined to stay and work in Iraq, despite the dangers.