Iraq – Lack of aid drives displaced Yazidi women to work at a bakery
Shariya complex in the city’s southern suburbs – Dohuk – Kurdistan – Iraq 10/03/2019
Displaced Yazidis continue to suffer in Dahuk’s displacement camps in Kurdistan, Iraq, where most of them were unable to go back to their liberated areas in Sinjar and other areas due to their areas’ instability and because their homes were destroyed by ISIS, who also caused huge damages to the city’s infrastructure during their control, which forced many of them to take shelter in camps, which worsened their tragedy, especially as the camps lack the needed humanitarian assistance, which is why three Yazidi women who live in Dahuk’s Sharia camp in Kurdistan decided to open their own bakery outside the camp, in order to earn a living and support their families, especially as the humanitarian aid offered by the government and international organizations witnessed a huge decline. This bakery might be seen as an additional burden for these women, however, they are hoping that it would improve their living conditions.
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