without water, people die or are forced to move from their areas to search for it, and in times of crisis, children and women are more vulnerable to disease and death due to diseases that could arise often due to lack of sanitation or insufficient clean water and hygiene practices and without access to basic water and sanitation services, as well as how much without good hygiene practices, the risk of spread of diseases and epidemics is very high.

In this sense NIHR is keen to provide clean water and bathrooms WC and promoting basic hygiene practices in emergencies locally and in the level of regions that are in need for intervention in Iraq.


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