Projects: Healing the Wounds of Violence in Iraq: Healing the Wounds of Violence in Iraq

Haneen Mohammed Abdullah, 19, was severely burned on her face, chest and arms when she stepped out of a car to buy ice cream in Baghdad and a truck bomb exploded nearby. She peers out the window of her hotel room in Amman where she is receiving medical treatment at a reconstructive surgical center run by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) that treats victims of violence throughout the region whose injuries can not be treated inside their own countries. Amman, Jordan.
Healing the Wounds of Violence in Iraq, December 2011

Haneen Mohammed Abdullah, 19, was severely burned on her face, chest and arms when she stepped out of a car to buy ice cream in Baghdad and a truck bomb exploded nearby. She peers out the window of her hotel room in Amman where she is receiving medical treatment at a reconstructive surgical center run by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) that treats victims of violence throughout the region whose injuries can not be treated inside their own countries.  

Amman, Jordan.