Video Aid Projects Iraq, September 2014
When we first traveled to the Northern Iraq in mid-August 2014 to provide the refugee families with acute emergency aid, we promised to return very soon with more help. On September 7th, 2014, I went back to Northern Iraq. With our local partners, we carried out a total of 7 distributions in the Erbil and Dohuk area, including food, hygiene articles, blankets, pillows, mattresses and medicine. With this short film we would like to show you a small part of our experiences and projects in Northern Iraq. We sincerely thank you and keep you up to date.
Humanitarian aid projects Iraq March 2015 Part1
In March 2015, ARAMAIC RELIEF was deployed for three weeks directly at the scene. First in Northern Iraq, where we distributed 15 tons of clothing from Switzerland to needy refugees. In addition, 4 tons of food were supplied to the displaced Jesidis and Christians. Finally, with the two tons of children’s books collected in Switzerland, the two libraries in Erbil, we had for the employment of refugee children. Then we went to Lebanon and then to Syria. This film contribution shows the first part of our humanitarian journey. More videos will follow, including the establishment of the children ‘s library and finally the film about our mission in Syria. We sincerely thank all donors for their energetic support.
Video The wheelchair by ARAMAIC RELIEF International
Video humanitarian aid to refugees in Iraq Kurdistan Region October 2014
The charity organization ARAMAIC RELIEF International based in Switzerland travelled in October 2014 for the 3rd time to Iraq, Kurdistan region in order to provide urgent help to IDP’s. During 10 days we distributed 20 tons of winter clothes, blankets, food, medications and hygiene goods to most vulnerable families.
Many thanks to all those who support our help projects!
Video Emergency help to IDP’s on Shingal Mountain
Film Preview Emergency Relief Shingal Mountain
The two relief organizations “Grünhelme” and “ARAMAIC RELIEF International” set off together on the way to the Shing Valley last week to provide emergency supplies to the newly invaded Jzidian refugee families. Here is a short excerpt of the work done.
“This year marks the 100th anniversary of the genocide of the young Turks in the Christian peoples of Mesopotamia, where around 20,000 Christians escaped to the Shingal Mountains between 1915 and 1918. Even victims of the genocide took resistance from the êzîdish tribes in Shingal The Christian refugees in the mountains and then defended them against their persecutors.
Today the Christians, Aramaeans, are back in the mountains of Shingal – not as refugees, but as helpers. “