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According to the 'Education Cannot Wait' initiative, "education appeals receive less than 2% of humanitarian funding." That is why we are focused on supporting #education projects. We recognized very early on, following the Islamic State incursion into northern #Iraq, that many children would be denied an education and, for the most vulnerable, the care they need. With your support, we will continue to fund vital projects such as the Um al-Noor Kindergarten, the all-girls school in Harsham Camp, the Kirkuk Autism Center, the "Christmas Holiday School" and funding IDPs to attend the new Catholic University in Erbil. #EducationMatters #Hope #Love ... See MoreSee Less

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Scott RyeFRRME and FRRME America are working to provide education to IDPs and refugees who have fled genocide and persecution. In Kurdistan, we initiated and support a Kindergarten in conjunction with the Syrian Orthodox Church, a two-week Christmas school for IDPs held at a convent, and FRRME was instrumental in building a school for girls (open to girls of all faiths) in the Harsham Camp and run by the Iraqi Ministry of Education. Additionally, the American Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East covers all costs for 100% of the IDPs enrolled in the freshman class of the Catholic University in Erbil. Please consider a donation today!

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Our man in Erbil. FRRME trustee Christopher Segar, who served as Head of Mission in #Iraq for the British government in 2003-2004, recently visited with FRRME staff and partners in #Kurdistan, northern Iraq and #Jordan to see firsthand the outstanding work being done on behalf of #Christians and other religious minorities who have fled #genocide, #persecution, violence and war. #Hope #Love ... See MoreSee Less

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FRRME Board member Christopher Segar recently returned from a fact-finding trip to northern #Iraq, #Kurdistan and #Jordan and reports excellent work by Dr. Sarah Ahmed and her team. Pictured here is Dr. Sarah and Headmistress Amira Aqrawi at the Um al-Noor Kindergarten, run by the Syrian Orthodox Church. The school is attended by approximately 130 #InternallyDisplacedChildren from a number of camps in Kurdistan. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Foundation for Relief & Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME) stands as a beacon of hope for #InternallyDisplacedPersons in northern #Iraq and #Kurdistan, as well as for #refugees in #Jordan and elsewhere, providing food, clothing, shelter, medicine... but mostly #love. Please consider making a generous donation today: ... See MoreSee Less

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