Three Generations Of An Iraqi Family Displaced In Peramagroon
Ismail and nine other family members had stayed at their relative’s garage for two nights in Salaheldin, after which they fled to Peramagroon where they are now living inside a public school. (Copyright: WFP/Najla Suhail)
When violence broke out in Samaraa city in Iraq’s Salaheldin governorate, Umm Ibrahim, an Iraqi woman in her eighties, took shelter with nine other family members inside a relative’s garage. Two nights later, they fled to Peramagroon district in the nearby Suleymaniyah governorate, where they now live inside a public school with twelve other displaced families.