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In November 2019, we started monthly literacy courses for women and boys.

Due to the ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and Levant) conflict, since August 2016, more than 227,655 individuals flew from Mosul. Now IDPs (internally displaces persons) stay in Jad’ah camps. Many of them had to leave school and didn’t have the opportunity to get a basic education.

20 females and 25 boys from the camps were empowered to study literacy, which will help them to continue their education or start working.

The course is a part of the Livelihood projects, which also includes  carpentry training for men and sewing courses for women.

We believe, empowering individuals will guarantee a dignified life for IDPs.