ISIS control in western Mosul continues to wither away as Iraqi forces advance deeper into the city.
One young boy who lost two fingers and his thumb of his left-hand recounts his experience with a landmine.
Rebuilding the neighbourhoods they once called home will be difficult for the citizens of western Mosul.
The level of congestion has contributed to the inability of humanitarian organisations and charities to provide shelter.
The humanitarian situation north of Raqqa deteriorates as more civilians rush to flee ISIS rule.
Volunteers come out onto the streets of Tabqa, clearing their homes and shops of traces of ISIS rule.
The neighbourhoods of al-Shifa, Zanjili, al-Najjar and the Old City is all that is left to liberate.
More citizens escape from the besieged city of Mosul as Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) continue their advance on Mosul
These facilities have seen, in March alone, 5,000 people walk through their doors in search of help.
Families who lived under ISIS rule in Rifa'i neighbourhood escape and recount their sufferings.