Help the displaced with the support they need to heal from their trauma, cope with their displacement, and get back on their feet.

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Help SEED support survivors of ISIS to recover from trauma

Iraqi Kurdistan is hosting almost 2 million Syrian refugees and internally displaced Iraqis. SEED is working in Kurdistan to help victims who have been displaced by ISIS, with a specific focus on the Yezidi population, which has been subject to abduction, torture, rape, and sexual slavery. At SEED we are providing high quality mental health services, social support, livelihood and other training to help survivors get back on their feet by providing a safe and supportive space to heal, while giving them the practical skills they need to build a brighter future.

All donations are tax-deductible contributions to SEED for Change, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization registered in Washington, D.C., which partners with SEED Foundation, a charity registered in Erbil, Kurdistan, to implement programming.