Yazda is thrilled to announce partnership and cooperation with World Health Organization (WHO). After several weeks of dialogue between the two parties, WHO have agreed to support Yazda medical mission, a mission that aims to provide free medical support to Internally Displaced People in Kurdistan Region, Northern Iraq.
In a collaborative project to document the atrocities committed against minorities in Sinjar and other places, the following organization met at the Yazda office for opening discussions on the project:
From: Yazidi Supreme Religious Council
To: European Union and Chancellor of Germany
Date: June 28 2015
On Jun 22nd , the Yazda staff met with Matthew Barber who offered a training session on listening and sensitivity when interacting with people in pain. One of the objectives of Yazda’s work is to offer a sense of safety and care to victims of ISIS
A two-days Workshop at Yazda center on “Social Peace”
18 participants discussed in the the worship how peace process works during times of violence and conflicts, including indepth analysis of the current issues and how societies should work
Within it’s ongoing efforts in relief field , Yazda Org. targeted Bersive village (North Zaxo city) today.
The resident mainly Christians . Yazda individuals met pastor
In a milestone achievment, Yazda and Directorate of Health in Dohuk signed a memorandum of Understanding which enables Yazda to fully manage the Primary Health Center in Essyan IDP
Yazda participated in workshop for 5 days in Erbil to discuss the rights of minorities in Kurdistan constitution which is expected to be rewritten by specialized committee .
Since northern Iraq fell to the Islamic State (IS) last summer, millions of people have been forced to flee their homes. Lost in a bureaucratic quagmire, many are undocumented and live in