(NRC) – Over 10,000 have arrived to displacement camps close to Ramadi, Anbar province, since the beginning of October according to the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), who provides emergency aid to these people. As the Iraqi Government announced military operations to retake the last stronghold of ISIS, the International Organization for Migration has recorded that almost 65,000 people have fled Western Anbar already this year. Another 75,000 remain in western Anbar, according to the UN. On the border with Syria, Western Anbar is the last area occupied by ISIS in Iraq. Those who have fled tell stories of forced recruitment of boys as young as eleven, food shortages and widespread human rights violations.