Your support will help bring life back to Mosul A year ago it was called the most dangerous city in the world, but now it has changed the situation, it is the city of Mosul in Iraq. The ISIS was expelled from Mosul after a battle that caused great damage to the city . Currently, the population in Mosul lives in difficult conditions, especially in the health and education sector. Most of the main hospitals in Mosul have been bombed and destroyed. Currently, some field hospitals have been opened. Imagine a city of more than 1.5 million people with no major hospitals providing medical services Campaign of hope for the reconstruction of the city Currently, the people of Mosul have launched a campaign of hope for the reconstruction of the city They began to maintain the remaining parts of hospitals in the city . But they face the problem of lack of funding for the maintenance and purchase of medical devices and the reopening of operating rooms. Give them your love and pray for them before you donate them to make this hope a reality , Make them feel that the world has not abandoned them. What motivates me to do the campaign What prompted me to do this campaign and I live outside Mosul since three years ( I am a PhD student in Malaysia) ( I am a PhD student in Malaysia). The story is that I did not imagine the situation in Mosul after the expulsion of ISIS. I only heard that the health situation in Mosul was not good, but I did not imagine that it was so bad that there is no hospital for deliveries (this caused some children to die at birth,One of the children who died is my nephew) So I decided to do this campaign and ask for your support to give them hope and be a reason to save the lives of the rest of the population. Some about health situation of Mosul in press These are some reports on the health situation in Mosul - Mosul: "The patients we receive are the 'lucky ones' -Health care in stable countries is complicated enough. Health care in countries like Iraq, ravaged by cycles of war, is extra complicated. - Operating in a war zone: DO volunteers outside Mosul, Iraq -Iraq: Hospitals close to Mosul front lines Other Ways You Can Help If you can’t contribute, it doesn’t mean you can’t help. Share our video and campaign with others.