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Kim Hartzner besøgte bl.a. denne kristne familie, der er flygtet fra IS

I slutningen af november var generalsekretær Kim Hartzner i Dahuk-provinsen i Nordirak, hvor han mødte nogle af de fordrevne, Mission Øst hjælper.

Af Kim Hartzner, læge og generalsekretær i Mission Øst

Mission East is operational in Iraq with a Team of Emergency Experts

Internally displaced in Northern Iraq. (Photo by Mission East)

The Danish emergency organisation Mission East has established a team of emergency aid experts on the ground in Northern Iraq which is currently witnessing one the largest humanitarian crises in the world. The team will secure clean water, food and shelter for internally displaced Christians and Yazidis in the Dohuk Governorate. 

By Per Bergholdt Jensen

Yezidi family is missing three children

Leila with four of her daughters. They were freed from captivity in 2016, but three of her children are still missing. Photo: Michael Schmidt

The members of a Yezidi family in northern Iraq were brutally separated from each other because of Islamic State. The family has not heard from three of the children for more than two years. They are either still in captivity – or dead.

By Kim Wiesener, Communication Manager, November 2017


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