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A doctor attends a small child at a mobile medical clinic in Iraq.

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A doctor attends a small child from a displaced family in Iraq at a mobile medical clinic made possible by assistance from Christian Aid Mission donors. Following a nine-month military campaign that drove nearly 900,000 people from their homes, on July 10 the Iraqi government declared U.S.-backed Iraqi forces had retaken Mosul, a major city captured by Islamic State terrorists three years ago. An indigenous ministry has staffed the mobile medical clinic with several doctors who treat people from the van or in designated locations around Dohuk. The mobile clinic provides medicines and treatment for Yazidis, Muslims and Christians in remote mountains of northern Iraq. "More than 20 men and women volunteer to see the patients, pray with them, talk to them about Christ and distribute tracts and Bibles," the ministry director said. "It improves the overall health of the Internally Displaced People and shows the love of Christ in word and deed." The ministry welcomes your gift for continued medical care.

Mobile Medical Clinic Ministry and Outreach in Iraq
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