We have launched a new project named “Supporting the Development of Doghat and Darkar Villages through Securing Sustainable Drinking Water Sources and Training” which will provide drinking water for local and displaced communities with Doghat and Darkar Villages. The project will also increase the awareness and knowledge of local and displaced communities about cultivation and husbandry activities. The project is being implemented. Thanks to the financial support from the development assistance of Slovakia, SlovakAid and the Slovak Catholic Charity. The project responds to the critical situation with a lack of water in the villages that provided assistance to the community of internally displaced persons (IDPs) who fled from the terror of the Islamic State. Despite its defeat in 2017, Iraq is still in an ongoing reconstruction phase, complicated by both security and economic instability. The situation in the villages was also made more difficult by the fading pandemic and the decision to gradually close camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs). People who leave the camps have nowhere to return to and at the same time stop receiving the help they need. Many of them, after leaving the camp, therefore seek refuge in villages that have hosted IDPs in the past, which further increases the burden on their (water) infrastructure.