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In pictures: Field kitchen set up by the Italian Red Cross in Iraq’s Dohuk region

The established field kitchen is strategically located near the largest IDP camp in Iraq’s Dohuk region.  Photo: Raefah Makki/IFRC

 

Italian Red Cross volunteers setting up a field kitchen in Iraq’s Dohuk region. The kitchen is equipped and prepared to cook up to 10,000 meals for IDPs per day. Photo: Raefah Makki/IFRC

 

Italian Red Cross team in Iraq building a field kitchen together to secure daily meals for Iraqi IDPs in the country’s Dohuk region.  Photo: Raefah Makki/IFRC

 

 

The field kitchen set up by the Italian Red Cross in Iraq’s Dohuk region consists of a camp and a wheeled kitchen with 28 staff deployed to serve Iraq's displaced population. Photo: Raefah Makki/IFRC

 

The Italian Red Cross field kitchen team in Iraq in a group photo with IFRC and Iraqi Red Crescent Society leaders in front of the field kitchen designed to secure daily meals for Iraq’s displaced.  Photo: Raefah Makki/IFRC

 

Italian Red Cross volunteers setting up a field kitchen in Iraq’s Dohuk region. The kitchen is equipped and prepared to cook up to 10,000 meals for IDPs per day. Photo: Raefah Makki/IFRC

 

Yaacouba Kone, a Malian refugee in Italy who joined the Red Cross as a volunteer, now serves with the Italian Red Cross team in the field kitchen in Dohuk governorate in Iraq’s Kurdistan region. Photo: Raefah Makki/IFRC

 

The Italian Red Cross-established field kitchen is strategically located near the largest IDP camp in Iraq’s Dohuk region which has the capacity to host 3,600 families. Photo: Raefah Makki/IFRC


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