July 7, 2021

Waiting for Humanitarian Distributions

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It's the fourth Thursday of presenting "6 years Iraq - Stories of displacement and refuge". We are highlighting the reality of queueing and waiting for receiving humanitarian aid items.

The queue does not discriminate based on age or mobilityβ€”every person is required to wait in line for access to the goods they need, in all weather conditions, for hours. But residents have come to accept this reality, approaching their obligation with patience and
calmness.

If you want to learn more about the reality of distributions in the view of camps residents or are interested in seeing more stories of the people we serve and our work of the last years, visit our photo exhibition (https://lnkd.in/dZZCDZb )

Photo by Carolien Nieuweboer

Corner Line
Waiting for Humanitarian Distributions