Humanitarian groups are moving to raise funds worth for $500 million or 454 million euros to aid the people who were struck by the catastrophe created by the activist group in Iraq.
Six months after the assault of the Islamic activists, eight million people in Iraq are in urgent need of humanitarian aid and around three million accounts to those who have been pushed to abandon their homes with no choice.
According to UNICEF, the access to these aids is hindered by the struggle and the shortage of funds is now risking the possibility to cover relief operations and humanitarian assistance for the next six months.
UNICEF is looking forward to receive response from the countries all over the world especially from western and neighboring countries as the condition has reached critical level.
Not taking action will only result to a more serious adversity that is harder to solve and will cost much more to the international community.
The alliance of 60 nations was formed and was led by the United States last year after the activists declared a caliphate and taking main territories across Iraq and Syria.
A meeting will be held in Paris focusing on the situation in Iraq and among the 24 attendees are the Ministers from Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.
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