Who are we ?
Fraternity in Iraq is a French NGO born in 2011 which aims to support Iraqi religious minorities, and victims of violence (such as Christians, Yezidis, Kakais, Shabaks) to allow them to stay in their country and live there with dignity. Since 2011, its members regularly travel to Iraq to support humanitarian emergency projects and long term projects, especially in the city of Qaraqosh (the biggest Christian town in Iraq) and Kirkuk. The Islamic States’ (ISIS) jihadist attacks in Iraq, launched on 10 June 2014, pushed Fraternity in Iraq to re-evaluate its projects and to increase its influence in order to bring help to the tens of thousands of refugees belonging to these minorities who had been forced out of their home by ISIS. The association currently extends its outreach to the whole of the Iraqi Kurdistan where it assists displaced people. Fraternity in Iraq works especially in areas such as education, re-employment and health.
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Fraternity in Iraq’s projects have been chosen based on humanitarian emergencies and in order to favour the sustainability of minorities in Iraq. Donations only serve to finance such projects. Members of association’s trips and expenses are personally financed. To make a donation you can make a payment transfer by internet through the PayPal secured module just below (it is not necessary to have a PayPal account).