“Planes were shelling, bombs were exploding: we fled from death.”
Stark words from a stark place: western Mosul in Iraq, where fighting has forced thousands of families out of their homes.
The Red Cross and Red Crescent are providing essential food, water and medical care to tens of thousands of people in camps and host communities.
This includes 30,000 hot meals and 40,000 pieces of fresh bread in one day.
But who are these people? What have they suffered? What do they want next?