This is how we are helping and empowering these Iraqis thanks to your donations
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Through the hard graft of volunteers and the generosity of donors around the world, Mosaic Middle East's work in Iraq is helping more people than ever before.
Hear the stories from just some of the amazing people we meet and serve - watch the short update above.
In Baghdad. In Displaced People's camps. On the Nineveh Plain.
Mosaic Middle East is helping with emergency relief in the wake of the Coronavirus epidemic, still impacting the lives of many Iraqis without access to high quality medical care. The medical clinic in Baghdad, which is supported by Mosaic Middle East has also been affected, but the team continues to provide free treatments for those who need them.
The Nineveh SEED programme had benefitted hundreds of people in the past few months, with new projects including a calf-rearing farm, chicken farms, a bulgar wheat processing factory to name a few. They each restore a livelihood lost under ISIS, and provide jobs for local young people as well as benefits for the local economies; all still recovering.
Watch the film for a taster and explore more on the Mosaic Middle East website, including recent updates from The Harsham Football Project, helping refugee children to compete and play safely, the amazing story of The Carpenter of Qaraqosh, forced to flee religious persecution and is now living in Jordan, and the recent Easter message of thanks from Rev'd. Canon Faez Jirjees thanking everyone for their donations to the St George's Church and Clinic in Baghdad.
Posted by Mosaic Team