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31 10, 2019

Inspiration From Mosul

By |2019-10-31T09:01:30+00:00October 31st, 2019|Categories: SUCCESS STORIES|0 Comments

A 45 years old IDP displaced from Mosul has 3 daughters and a boy. During the escape from the conflict zone, the father lost his life and the son was injured slightly due to an explosion of a mortar near to them. The oldest daughter is 12 years and the mother were registered in our activities. [...]

5 04, 2017

Zaineb’s Story

By |2017-04-05T14:47:23+00:00April 5th, 2017|Categories: SUCCESS STORIES|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 she came to WRO's Jian center in Baharka she was desperate with no job and no support. She participated in a [...]

5 04, 2017

Amal’s Story

By |2019-09-17T11:16:04+00:00April 5th, 2017|Categories: SUCCESS STORIES|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 physical and mental assault. The social worker talked with  her many times and Amal felt so comfortable that she started coming to the [...]

1 04, 2017

Nour, a refugee from Syria

By |2017-04-01T11:48:47+00:00April 1st, 2017|Categories: SUCCESS STORIES|0 Comments

“Now I’m an independent woman and proud of myself. Thank you WRO for helping me improve my life” Nour, a refugee from Syria Baharka District, Erbil Governorate   Nour had no money, no job and was in a very bad psychological state when she came to WRO’s center in Baharka. She was desperate and couldn’t work because [...]

5 02, 2017

Shamee’s Story

By |2017-04-06T14:04:48+00:00February 5th, 2017|Categories: SUCCESS STORIES|0 Comments

Shamee, 20 from Shingal, has been married to a man for six years who cannot have children due to a disability. During her upbringing, poverty and financially difficult situations did not allow Shamee to finish her studies and she left school after the 6th grade. She grew up with a large family, five sisters and four brothers. [...]