On 19 December 2014 the mobile medical clinic of the Chaldean Syriac Assyrian Popular Council visited ACERO’s Dohuk Housing Complex. Medical professionals provided consultations to 38 patients displaced from Mosul and the surrounding villages in the Nineveh Plains. All patients were provided with the necessary treatment. 

Since the commencement of recent conflict in the Northern Iraqi city of Mosul and its surroundings, ACERO’s Dohuk Housing Complex has provided shelter to an influx of displaced people in addition to the regular long-term residents. Construction works are currently in progress for new housing on the site along with a community centre and supermarket.