Unicef says it has ramped up its aid efforts to up to 30,000 displaced Yazidis being rescued from Sinjar Mountain in northern Iraq.
The charity said it "remains extremely concerned" about those trapped on the inhospitable mountain, and warns that many of those who have been brought off "now suffer from acute dehydration, exposure, malnourishment and shock".
Unicef has moved 30 truckloads of relief supplies closer to the displaced Iraqis and says it will deliver nearly 60 tonnes of emergency aid in the next 48 hours.
In addition, the charity is working with Kurdistan's regional government to provide around £3 million cash to thousands of displaced families for basic goods.
Since 2 August, Unicef says it and its partners have distributed aid to more than 70,000 people in the northern Dohuk province alone - including 550,000 bottles of water and 44,000 emergency food rations.
Kurdish Peshmerga fighters have emerged victorious in the battle for Mosul Dam, but the question is - what will their next move be?
An ITV News team at Mosul Dam was with victorious Kurdish Peshmerga fighters at the complex earlier today.
ITV News joined a Kurdish unit fighting Islamist militants near Irbil and found them using tanks from the 1950s and short on ammunition.