University of Information Technology and Communications and the Iraqi Commission for Computers and Informatics leaded aids convoy for the displaced people in the city of Mosul

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UOITC and ICCI leaded aids convoy to the camps of displaced people in Hammam al-Alil region.


Image 1 4University president the Dr. Abbas M. Al-Bakery, the dean of Business Informatics College Dr. Safe A. Mahdi and a number of UOITC and ICCI lecturers and employees headed the convoy which included alimentary and healthy assistances and other requirements the displaced people need.
University president emphasized on the necessity of continuing such aids to the displaced people because of the difficult living conditions they suffered from after the displacement from their regions because of the ISIS terrorism reached to their cities in Mosul.
Image 1 1The Dr. Al-Bakery said that the UOITC and ICCI have been introducing such aids to the displaced people from time to time to alleviate their suffering whereas the university formerly sent a convoy of aids to the popular mobilization forces in Samara and introduced many contributions to increase the battle momentum like blood donation and solidarity pauses for supporting the security forces and popular mobilization forces in the battle fields against the ISIS terrorism.
The president emphasized on the necessity of synergism between all the society classes especially the educated one to stand in one side with security forces and popular mobilization forces in their battle against infidelity and terrorism.