Help survivors of violence in Kurdistan with Comprehensive Care

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Help SEED support survivors of violence and conflict to recover from trauma

The security, financial and humanitarian crisis in Iraq has exacerbated the abuses of all Iraqis, including vulnerable groups including women and children and religious and ethnic minorities.

SEED is working in Kurdistan to help survivors of violence, including those who have been tortured, trafficked or in captivity by ISIS. SEED works with women, men, and children, of all ages, ethnic and religious groups, focused on the most vulnerable. At SEED we provide high quality mental health services, social support, livelihood and other training to help survivors get back on their feet, 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.