International Medical Corps is providing medical services, mental health and psychosocial care, supporting the survivors of gender-based violence and providing other services that help protect the health and well-being of families. This includes supporting eight primary health care clinics in eastern Mosul with medicines and supplies, building repairs and other assistance. To increase access to first aid inside Mosul, International Medical Corps also trained 120 volunteers in first aid from neighborhoods across eastern Mosul. In Jeda’a, Khazer, and Hammam al-Alil camps, which host thousands of families displaced from Mosul, International Medical Corps runs primary health care facilities that provide medical services and mental health and psychosocial support. Community health workers are also visiting families and organizing events in eastern Mosul as well as displacement camps to educate families on common illnesses and ways to stay healthy.