Projects: Healing the Wounds of Violence in Iraq: The Anonymous Wounded of Iraq

Khanda Faraj Mohammed, 27, mother of three and pregnant with her fourth child was severely burned in a car bomb explotion while shopping in the market of Kirkuk. She is being treated in a program run by Medécins Sans Frontières (MSF) that cares for Iraqi victims of violence whose injuries can not be treated inside Iraq. The program is now beginning to receive patients from Yemen, Syria, Egypt and Libya in addition to Iraqis.Amman, Jordan.Photo © J.B. Russell
The Anonymous Wounded of Iraq, December 2011

Khanda Faraj Mohammed, 27, mother of three and pregnant with her fourth child was severely burned in a car bomb explotion while shopping in the market of Kirkuk. She is being treated in a program run by Medécins Sans Frontières (MSF) that cares for Iraqi victims of violence whose injuries can not be treated inside Iraq. The program is now beginning to receive patients from Yemen, Syria, Egypt and Libya in addition to Iraqis. 

Amman, Jordan. 

Photo © J.B. Russell