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SEED’s President speaks at TEDx

SEED’s President, Sherri Kraham Talabany, was part of Kurdistan’s first TEDx Nishtiman event on the first of April, in Saad Abdulla Hall in Erbil, Kurdistan. The theme for TEDx Nishtiman was rehabilitation and development. Sherri [...]

#Gratitude in Action

Having just returned from a transformative, inspirational week in Armenia at the Aurora Dialogues, I want to share my gratitude and experience. As descendants of survivors of the Armenian genocide, the amazing three founders of [...]

Applications for PSS Training Program accepted now!

SEED Foundation, in collaboration with Koya University through the Center for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services (MHPSS), is launching the Psychosocial Support Services (PSS) Training Program. Applications are now being accepted for sessions in [...]

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En Irak, rencontre avec des survivants de Daech qui peinent à se reconstruire

July 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Ils ont échappé à la mort et à la famine, pas aux drames et aux traumatismes. Alors que les jours du groupe Etat islamique semblent comptés à Mossoul, les Irakiens délivrés des djihadistes tentent d'oublier l'enfer [...]