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Founded in 2003, Women Rehabilitation Organization (WRO) is a non-profit, non-government and independent organization dedicated to working towards the protection and advancement of women’s and child rights through service provision for all members of societies across Iraq and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI).

WRO has successfully delivered over 50 projects focused on SGBV prevention and response, psychological MHPSS and physical health, formal and non-formal education, capacity building, protection, wash, legal, advocacy, livelihoods, political and economic participation, voter and democratic awareness, peace-building, stabilization and reconstruction to meet the needs of Syrian refugee, Iraqi IDP, and Host Community women, men, and children.

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Thousands of Civilians Fleeing Telafar Are at Extreme Risk

(Baghdad, 20 August 2017): Thousands of civilians are expected to flee from Telafar and surrounding communities during the Iraqi military operation to retake these areas [...]

WRO is hiring – Project Team Leader

Project Team Leader WRO is hiring a team leader for an upcoming Child Protection (CP) and Gender Based Violence (GBV) camp-setting project. Responsibilities: Lead and [...]

Cholera Awareness Sessions in Shekhan Camp

As a result of the recent conflict and internal displacement of hundreds of thousands to the Kurdistan region of Iraq, there is an increased risk [...]

GBV Community Engagement in Bajid Kandala Camp

WRO, in partnership with UNHCR, conducted gender based violence (GBV) trainings to the community within Bajid Kandala Camp this month. These workshops aim to educate [...]

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SUCCESS STORIES

Misa’s Story

April 5th, 2017|0 Comments

Misa came with her family from Mosul when she was in grade 12. Her dream was to study medicine but because of the bad situation she couldn’t achieve the high marks she needed, so she stayed at [...]

Zaineb’s Story

April 5th, 2017|0 Comments

'Finally, my dream come true" Zaineb, a young Syrian refugee, worked in a salon in Ainkawa before coming to the Jian center, but because of her lack of experience she couldn’t continue with her job. When [...]

Amal’s Story

April 5th, 2017|0 Comments

Amal, 25, a divorced Syrian refugee whom had been physically assaulted by her husband and denied resources to live from his parents. When she came to WRO's Jian center in Baharka, she was suffering from [...]

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