NIHR enjoys a long history of work in emergency situations and in humanitarian contexts, whether natural or manmade, having multiple humanitarian crises of the Iraqi children and women exposed to significant risks, which invited NIHR to provide quick and urgent responses for hundreds of those and on the clock, where it organizes and shapes these interventions as lead organization locally in work for children and women, and alleviates their sufferings.

NIHR’s humanitarian work aims to respond effectively to the impacts of these tendencies on its work and resources, and in this context, will continue to coordinate humanitarian work within overall NIHR programs at the local and national level because it provides opportunities for achieving the ability to withstand and especially on the areas affected by armed conflicts and fragile or vulnerable groups.

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