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Displaced children pose outside their familiy's "caravan," a manufactured housing unit offered to some displaced families in the village of Bakhtme, Iraq. The community was flooded with displaced families when the Islamic State group took over nearby portions of the Nineveh Plains in 2014. The community includes a "child-friendly space" sponsored by the Christian Aid Program Nohadra - Iraq (CAPNI), offering displaced children and children from the host community an opportunity to play and learn.