Baby Care


A displaced Iraqi mother and child are helped by World Vision community health worker, Rangen Jaza Rasheed, at a mobile clinic in Iraqi Kurdistan.

Doctors, nurses, and community health workers, many of them displaced from their homes like the families they care for, are the backbone of six medical clinics that World Vision operates in Iraqi Kurdistan.

Four of the clinics are mobile facilities that travel to accommodate families who are unable to access services otherwise.    

Photo©2015 World Vision, Christine Anderson

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