Speaking recently before a group of U.S. veterans, President Obama said "As a presidential candidate, I pledged to bring the Iraq war to a responsible end. That's exactly what we're doing -- as promised, on schedule."
But a "responsible end" must include a commitment to the most vulnerable Iraqis who still can't return to their homes.
1.5 million Iraqis remain displaced inside their own country, 500,000 of whom live as squatters in slums without access to basic needs like food, water, security and education for their children.
As the U.S. military withdraws we must ensure that vulnerable communities get the support and assistance they desperately need. The world must not forget Iraqis uprooted by war.
Tell President Obama to fund and increase access to humanitarian aid to Iraq's most vulnerable citizens.
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