More than 100 beneficiaries were included in the Mosul Community-Based Project receiving high quality seeds, fertilizers, and pesticides to ensure higher quality and yield outcomes. Funded by the Kingdom of Netherlands, the Iraq Horticulture Development Project (IHD) installed eighteen single tunnel greenhouses in four locations across Ninawa governorate. Following the cultivation of cucumbers in the first growing cycle, the Mosul beneficiaries cultivated radishes, broad beans, parsley, celery, and other vegetables in the second growing cycle, and cucumbers, tomatoes, and pepper in the third growing cycle of this greenhouse. It is worth noting that Ninawa has faced substantial demographic and economic shift following the ISIS invasion of 2014. Since then, agriculture has remained a vital, yet underdeveloped, part of Ninawa's economy, hosting less than 300 greenhouses. The project targeted diverse segments of Ninawa's residents (both men and women), including Yazidis, Arab Muslims, Kurdish Muslims, Christians, IDPs, returnees, and the host community. This project demonstrates the advantages and effectiveness of using simple greenhouses over traditional open field methods. It serves as a model demonstration site for promoting modern agricultural technologies and practices.