Help SEED support survivors of violence and conflict to recover and improve their well-being
The security, financial and humanitarian crisis in Iraq has exacerbated the challenges of all Iraqis, especially vulnerable groups including women and children and religious and ethnic minorities.
SEED delivers high quality comprehensive mental health and psychosocial support services to women, men, girls, and boys, people of all religions and ethnicities, survivors of ISIS captivity, children who have experienced trauma, people displaced by conflict, survivors of gender-based violence, survivors of trafficking, and persons with mental and physical disabilities.
SEED also supports education, training, and supervision through the Center for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services (MHPSS) at Koya University. The Center for MHPSS offers continious education workshops and seminars, the Psychosocial Support Services (PSS) Training Program, and strengthens the Undergraduate Program at Koya University.
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.