Samir, 50, pictured with his family outside their shelter in Bamarne informal camp for IDPs. The family fled ISIS attacks on their home village in Sinjar and stayed on Sinjar mountain for seven days. After a long journey via Syria they eventually moved to Bamarne Camp. Samir says: 'When we arrived to the camp we were very happy. Each family was given a tent so we had plenty of room. We also received kerosene and food. Without all these things I received I would be dead. We couldn't have survived.' Barmarne camp is made up of 147 families, over 900 individuals, mostly from Sinjar where they fled ISIS attacks.