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  • Iraqi Children's Hope Iraqi Children's Hope

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Mission Statement

Mission: Our primary objectives: 1- To provide awareness and education about child/youth mental health issues and academic needs to ensure that they are properly diagnosed and receive services to be successful. 2- To provide education and training to Iraqi widows to ensure that they have the means to support their families.

Description

I.C. Hope has implemented many projects and provided many aids that contributed to changing the living conditions of orphans and poor families. Among the most important of these projects: * Built and equipped a small salon for a widow so she could start a business and provide for her family. * Rebuilt 3 houses for poor families when the houses were not suitable for living. * Provided 210 orphans school supplies at the beginning of the school year. * Delivered 450 school uniforms to orphaned girls between the ages of 6-14 at the beginning of the school year. * Built a classroom in an elementary school, to reduce a large number of students in the class (78 students)! * Provided necessary medicine for 43 widows and 77 orphans. * Sent 4 urgent medical cases for treatment outside the country. * Distributed 95 Ramadan baskets to poor families. * Distributed 25 room coolers in the summer. * Provided 10 poor families water heaters. * Provided 6 poor families refrigerators.

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