Improving educational justice in Iraq

by Bothoor ALkhaer organization for Relief and Development
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq
Improving educational justice in Iraq

Project Report | Sep 20, 2021
Helping orphaned and marginalized children in Iraq

By Dr. Maged Khalil | Program Manager

The project to help 3000 orphans and homeless Iraqis that started at the beginning of this year is going well. The employees of Seeds of Goodness (BAORD) are now assisting marginalized children and orphans by rehabilitating their damaged homes as a result of military operations in Iraq and they are happy to return their homes again and live in them. The program implemented by our organization Rehabilitation of 60 damaged homes in Iraq The program has achieved great results for children and women.

Maryam and her family left the village of Al-Tala’a in the Khalis district of Diyala governorate for a camp in Kirkuk in 2014. When I was displaced, Maryam not only lost her material possessions, but also her home, which was severely damaged during her displacement. Even worse, due to difficulties in obtaining medication, Maryam's husband died of diabetes on the way to the camp, leaving her to navigate an uncertain future as the head of the household.
Maryam stayed in Kirkuk camp for four months, as the camp could not accommodate her extended family. They left the camp to settle temporarily in an area inside Kirkuk in an abandoned house that was obtained from one of the relatives of her deceased husband in Kirkuk governorate. And there I dwelt
After her village was liberated in 2016, Mariam and her family went back to see their home, finding that it had been badly damaged. The house was burned with holes in the ceiling as a result of the bombing, and the doors and windows were completely uninhabitable. They were forced to return to an area in Kirkuk.
Bothoor Alkhaer Organization for Relief and Development in Diyala continues to work on the rehabilitation of destroyed houses, such as Maryam’s house, after restoring rooms, ceilings, health facilities, electricity, doors, windows, and others. Mariam usually returns to her home and is happy to return her home again, where she thanked the organization and the supportive agencies in her way, knowing that she is a graduate of the college study, the Department of Arabic Language
Shelter rehabilitation has become possible with your financial support for such projects
The most vulnerable children who are in dire need of humanitarian assistance remain those affected by the 2014-2017 conflict against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, particularly orphans and children. They have lost all or part of their shelter and livelihood, and their lives have been exposed to great physical and psychological risks.

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Bothoor ALkhaer organization for Relief and Development

Location: Baquba, Diyalal - Iraq
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Project Leader:
Dr. Majid Khalil
Baquba , Diyalal Iraq

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