Access to services has been a basic and persistent demand of Iraqis since the 1991 Gulf War when Iraq’s infrastructure was badly damaged. The greatest damage was to access to services by Iraqis despite all the funds spent by and claimed to be spent by the government. Today, the quality of services to Iraqis continues in a worse state ever. The worst service in the life the average Iraqi is access to electricity. In 2010, Iraqis are subjected to daily cuts in electricity at the national level with the exception of Iraqi Kurdistan. Droves of Iraqis have
Among our activities as an organization is to distribute humanitarian aid to women detained at the Directorate of Transfers in Kirkuk. Female detainees suffer from infirmity and lack of decent accommodations. The Ministry of the Interior does not ensure that it provides anything for them save basic meals of food and water, which would put them in a poor psychological state if it weren’t for what civil society organizations gave them. Listed is a group of pictures, in which we were not allowed to photograph or show the faces of the detainees pictured.
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