Mosul humanitarian highlights
Three months into the military operation to retake Mosul city from ISIS, civilians continue to have significant humanitarian needs.
- Potentially, up to 1.2-1.5 million people could be affected by military operations.
- Current displacement has risen to 160,000 people. More than 85 per cent of displaced families are in camps and emergency sites, while the remainder are in host communities, sheltering in private settings or public buildings.
- Up to one million people in Mosul city are estimated to remain largely inaccessible to humanitarians, sheltering from the fighting, or waiting for an opportune time to flee.
- There is no humanitarian access to ISIS controlled areas of western Mosul city.
- Humanitarian partners are increasingly able to access more affected people in eastern Mosul city, as Iraqi Security Forces secure greater control over neighborhoods in this area.
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