The U.N. Population Funding has deployed first mobile delivery unit in western Mosul for lifesaving
The U.N. Population Funding (UNFPA) has deployed the first mobile delivery unit inside western Mosul to meet the lifesaving needs of primary healthcare for women and girls. The U.N. released a statement saying the humanitarian needs of thousands of people still inside Mosul remain a “major concern” as military operations continue to regain the western side. According to the United Nations, the mobile delivery unit has been deployed in al-Maamoun district to serve the population in western Mosul. The mobile delivery room is funded by the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid Office (ECHO and the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA). Around 255,000 people have been displaced from Mosul and surrounding areas since October, including more than 100,000 since the latest military campaign in western Mosul began on Feb. 19, according to United Nations figures.