Muslim chaplain from Liverpool delivering emergency aid in Iraq

The situation is Mosul is a disaster.

A blunt opening to what is a humanitarian crisis ignored by the World.

The people of Mosul who have known  nothing but war for a substantial period of time have been caught in a war which leaves them fighting for their lives and struggling for shelter, food and electricity.

A Muslim chaplain from Liverpool called Adam Kelwick, on behalf of Human Relief Foundation has made an emergency trip Iraq to help give aid to the people fleeing the war in Mosul.

Keeping his 13’000 followers on Facebook & Snapchat updated regularly, Imam Adam Kelwick’s first post on his trip was one of realization:

 

Below is a 30 minute update summarizing the horrible situation facing the people of Mosul and the need to create awareness about the humanitarian crisis that seems to going unnoticed.

The reality on the ground from Imam Adam are truly shocking; Mosul has a population of 1.5 million people (more than the city of Birmingham) who are caught up in the war. There are over 160’00 people who have been displaced from Mosul and have now left the city and set up camps outside of Mosul.

Imam Adam and the team at Human Relief Foundation will be focusing on two of these camps where the people who have been displaced are now living. They will be providing them with blankets, water, food and other aid that has been donated. The two camps Imam Adam will be visiting contains over 70’000 people combined.

The situation in Mosul is a humanitarian crisis, if you can support in any way here is the link for the emergency appeal: www.justgiving.com/MosulEmergency

 

#Mosul The Crisis Nobody is Talking About.LIVE update from Iraq with Adam Kelwick ***SHARE***Link for the emergency appeal: www.justgiving.com/MosulEmergency

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Wednesday, February 8, 2017

 

Imam Adam Kelwick and the rest of the HRF team have intensified their work on the ground to deliver as much supplies and support to the people in the camps outside Mosul as well as entering the city to supply water.

Below are video updates from Imam Adam as the water tankers were filled up and taken into downtown Mosul.

Filling the tankers for emergency water supply to #Mosul

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Friday, February 10, 2017

All the water tanks are filled and we are now taking the emergency lifline into downtown #Mosul

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Friday, February 10, 2017

 

The people in Mosul have been cut off from water, food & electricity – the benefits of the work being done by Imam Adam and the team are already being seen, below is a picture of a boy called Ali, his neighborhood now has water!

What we witnessed today in #Mosul

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Friday, February 10, 2017

Food pack distribution in Hassan Shami Camp outside #MosulEmergency Appeal: www.justgiving.com/MosulEmergency

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Saturday, February 11, 2017

Destruction in the #Mosul region.www.justgiving.com/MosulEmergency

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Saturday, February 11, 2017

From today's emergency food distribution in the Hassan Shami camp, just outside #Mosul.www.justgiving.com/MosulEmergency

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Saturday, February 11, 2017

Human beings are precious: Spread life, not Death.Today's reflections from the camps around #Mosulwww.justgiving.com/MosulEmergency

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Saturday, February 11, 2017

Giving out tickets for food packs in Hassan Shami Camp.

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Sunday, February 12, 2017

Finishing today's emergency aid distribution outside #Mosulwww.justgiving.com/MosulEmergency

Posted by Adam Kelwick on Sunday, February 12, 2017

 

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