Two children while selling snacks and cigarettes for their family livings
Some refugees have built houses for themselves with building materials which had bought from Dohuk city.
Flour has been carried to bakery's to cook bread.
A row in Bakery's in the Domiz refugee camp.
Refugees have spread their clothes on the fence of the camp to dry.
A woman while working and some children playing.
A refugee woman in front of her tent.
A refugee woman in her tent.
A refugee family have plant flowers in front of their tent.
A refugee carries mattresses for his family in their shelter.
A young man while shaving at a field barber shop.
Refugees while installing satellite dish in their tent.
A family accepts humanity helps of Iraqi Kurds at Domiz camp
A truck of humanity helps outside of Domiz camp.
Some children warm themselves with fire has been made in a hole under the rain outside of the camp.
A woman spreads her family's clothes on a rope to dry.
A young Syrian couple goes outside of the Domiz camp.
The picture of Massoud Barzani is the current President of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region and the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party ( Right ) and his father Mustafa Barzani was a Kurdish nationalist leader, and the most prominent political figure in modern Kurdish politics ( left )at a corner of the tea house that has been built at Domiz camp.
An outdoor view has been seen from the window of the tea house that has been built at Domiz camp.
Syrian Refugee Camp
Domiz Refugee Camp of UNHCR was established by local authorities back on in April 2012 to host the Syrian Kurds. The camp located 20 kms southeast of Dohuk city, in Iraqi Kurdistan and some 60 km from Syria/Iraq border. Â The Kurdish authorities are keeping the borders open for Syrians of Kurdish origin. According to official UNHCR statistics about 67000 individuals have entered to the camp which 33000 are households.