efe-epaBy Noemí Jabois Cairo

The sound of hammers has replaced the thumping of artillery in Iraq's Sinjar district, which is slowly rebuilding itself six years on from the Islamic State's genocidal campaign against the Yazidi people.

The ghost of that genocide still hangs over a region in the middle of a region under reconstruction. Sinjar, in northern Iraq, still has a lack of schools and just one hospital.