Ankawa.com – Exclusive
Ankawa.com individually and for the second time publishes new numbers of our Christian people from the city of Mosul and Nineveh Plain displaced to the province of Erbil. The list includes the number of displaced families to the province and the number of families who were displaced from each region. Also the list shows the numbers of displaced people in their current residential areas.
The information and data contained in this report is an update version of the data that had been prepared by the Chaldean Diocese of Erbil. This update represents the number of displaced people from Nineveh province to Erbil province and facilitates the registration, aids and providing identity cards for them.
According to the sources of information that received by the site of Ankawa.com from the database of the Chaldean church in Erbil, the number of displaced families from Nineveh Plain and the city of Mosul had reached at the present time 11901 family. The number of displaced families in the mid of last October does not exceed 10353 family. This means that 7625 family came from Baghdida-Qaraqush, followed by 1699 family from Bartalah, 1139 family from Mosul and at the fourth place 762 family from the town of Karemlish. In addition, there are other numbers of families displaced from other Christian towns in Nineveh Plain.
The same sources also reported that most of these displaced families are still densely living in the town of Ankawa, which embraces nearly 9150 family. The central of the city of Erbil also contains nearly 752 families. Baherka district embraces 713 families and at the fourth place there are nearly 533 families in the town of Shaqlawa. In addition, there are other numbers of displaced people in other towns and villages of our Christian people living in the province of Erbil-Kurdistan Region.
The site of Ankawa.com has published earlier of this month (November) detailed information about the number of the displaced Christians from the city of Mosul and Nineveh Plain to the province of Erbil. The data included the information about the number of displaced families and their members’ number. Also the data showed the number of those holding university degrees and other graduation degree and certificate, the number of displaced people from each district and their current residence, in addition to their professions and the type of residence in their home towns.
It should be mentioned that some of the information and data in this report are likely to be somewhat different from the information and data in the first previous report published by our site earlier this month. These differences may be due to the movement and migration of the displaced people from one place to another in the province of Erbil-Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
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According to the new database that received by the site of Ankawa.com, the number of displaced people were distributed as follows:
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