Tiny Aid Organization Works To Fill Treatment Gaps For Iraqi ISIS Victims04:58

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Iraq is emerging from a three-year battle against ISIS. The conflict left millions displaced and entire communities without basic services. In Sinjar, in northern Iraq, minority Yazidis were the victims of ISIS genocide. There are hardly any major aid groups there two years after ISIS was driven out.

NPR's Jane Arraf (@janearraf) caught up with one very small one trying to fill the gaps.

This segment aired on March 29, 2018.

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