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    In order to enjoy the children who were held in quarantine with their families to do medical check and support their families psychologically, on March 11, 2020, the Kurdistan Save the...
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    05 May 2020
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    The Kurdistan Save the Children with the coordination of ministry of health held an awareness campaign to fight the Corona virus in Erbil. The campaign started on 4 March 2020, for...
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    19 Mar 2020
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    The Sponsorship Program provides children of families with low income with monthly financial support, to encourage children to continue their education. Kurdistan Save the Children distributed two months financial support to...
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    19 Mar 2020
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    On February 25th 2020, Kurdistan Save the Children conducted a special seminar about Corona virus, with the aim of raising awareness about the disease, symptoms and prevention. The seminar was conducted...
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    19 Mar 2020
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    Kurdistan Save the Children in cooperation with SOCO company, conducted a TOT workshop for a number of senior educational staff in Erbil on 19 – 20 of February 2020. The purpose...
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    19 Mar 2020
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    Kurdistan Save the children arranged a number of activities for the awareness and prevention of cases of ‘disaster risk events’ in February 2020. Kurdistan Save the Children carried out an awareness...
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    19 Mar 2020
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    On 15th February, Kurdistan Save the children in Erbil office conducted a series of activities in cooperation with Ministry of Health, Nanakali cancer hospital, ‘Mrovdostan’ organization and Smile Land amusement park....
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    19 Mar 2020
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    International Cancer day is celebrated annually on the 4th of February with a number of activities and events in efforts to raise awareness about cancer prevention and symptoms.      ...
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Kurdistan Save the Children is a non-profit, non-political and non-sectarian organisation, established in 1991, that provides assistance to children regardless of race, gender, political or religious affiliation.

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Children Without Fathers

The conflict in the Kurdistan Region has taken the lives of hundreds of Kurdish Peshmergas- almost every single martyr leaving behind a widow and children. Not every single parent can provide their child with the necessities they need, food, clothes,...
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    Congenital heart disease has become one of the most prominent disorders in infants. The high prevalence of congenital heart defects amongst the Kurdish infant population is on a rise and Kurdistan...
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    Sadly, poverty can become an obstacle that denies children some of their basic rights such as education. Hundreds of children are deprived of this right due to the low income of...
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    Child labour is an issue that is prone to areas of conflict and disaster. With the outpour of refugees and internally displaced people in the Kurdistan Region, child labour cases are...
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    We believe in Equal Access to ‪#‎Healthcare because Every child is Precious; On November 8, 2015, a specialists on Clift Lip / Palate congenital deformity, arrived in Sulaimany upon the invitation of Kurdistan...
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