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Refugee children

Among people living in Ramadi, Falluja or Haditha, some people, who are well off enough to rent a house, move to another city where they have lived because of uneasiness about public peace there. Their children also go to school in another city.


On the other hand, a lot of people who are worse off have to live in the refugee camp suffering from severe situation, and children still can’t go to school.  The children who stay in the city where they have lived can’t go to school, either. It is because the schools of their own have been now destroyed by bombing or occupied by armed power.

Boys and girls in such districts as Ninawa ,Anbar and Diyala are forced to live a quite severe life because there are ceaseless battles in their administrative districts.


JEN’s members visited a lot of schools which receive children from other administrative districts. In these schools, the conditions of toilets, doors, electrical systems, etc. are terrible and are in need of serious repair.
With an aim to improve the present condition for the children to be able to learn in a safe environment, JEN’s members keep on supporting by repairing the school facilities.   

【JEN is now accepting donations. Your help would be very much appreciated.

June 25, 2015 in Iraq |