This is how I approach my work and my life, with the hope of being able to return soon to Qamishlo, in my Syria.
As they change the bandages on his hand, Darwood Salim raises his fingers in a victory sign.
On the 8th of March 2017, Darwood, aged 12, had been tending sheep just outside Mosul when he stepped on a landmine.
Ahad Abdulah, who is 10 years old, suffered facial injuries when a bomb landed near him.
Abbas Fadil, 8, sits in the gardens of EMERGENCY’s hospital.
Gathban Mahmood, 22, was about to graduate from high school when ISIS took control of Mosul.
Earlier this year, world-renowned photographer Giles Duley visited EMERGENCY's projects in Iraq to document the civilian impact of the Battle for Mosul.
An EMERGENCY team returns to Erbil after twelve years to treat the victims of the capture of Mosul.
Before Mosul became a battlefield, Rayyan and Abdul used to meet in the park to play football.
Iraq Update: The patient registry at the Emergency Hospital in Erbil, Iraq, where we take care of victims of war, is long. They all come from the same place: Mosul.