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Supporting the Recovery and Reintegration of Former Child Soldiers
SEED Annual Report
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Supporting the Reintegration
and Recovery of Female Survivors of ISIS in Kurdistan, Iraq
All About Art
Promoting Standards For Mental Health And Psychosocial Support Services In Kurdistan
Getting through COVID-19 Together #CopingWithCOVID19
The COVID-19/Coronavirus global pandemic has exacerbated the vulnerabilities of those already at risk. Those already facing socio-economic challenges, the displaced, and those that suffer from abuse are even more desperate for support and services.
SEED is serving those in need, adapting our work, to keep our staff and our clients safe.
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Work for a prosperous Kurdistan with equal opportunity and protection of rights for all
Sexual Harassment: It’s No Joke
Sexual harassment of women and girls in Kurdistan is widespread – on the street, online, in taxis, in schools, and in the workplace. It makes us fearful and keeps us from fully participating in school, work, community, and public life. This harms all of us.
Think Before You Act
In Iraq, many young women are subjected to harassment, exploitation, and abuse due to manipulation of their photos. It may seem innocent, but it's not a joke and can have dire consequences for the victim. And sharing this edited photo on social media is not only wrong, but in Kurdistan it's also illegal.
We need to act! #StopAbuse #StopGBV #دەستدرێژی_بوەستێنه
Action Against Sexual Exploitation in Kurdistan – Call DCVAW on 119
Sherri Kraham Talabany, Tanya Gilly Khailany, and Elisabeth Rosenstod Silleron Babylon FM
The Harsh Cold of Winter is Fast Approaching
Thousands of new and existing refugees from Syria and IDPs need your help to stay safe and warm this winter.
Drop off your donations at the following locations
ANNUAL REPORT 2017
STRATEGIC PLAN 2018
Interview with two trauma specialists from the US
Shame belongs to Perpetrators not Survivors
Sherri Kraham Talabany, Tanya Gilly Khailany, and Elisabeth Rosenstock-Siller - on Babylon FM
Action Against Sexual Exploitation in Kurdistan
Call DCVAW on 119
Read SEED’s comprehensive assessment on human trafficking and what can be done to combat modern day slavery.
Human Trafficking in Kurdistan
SEED FOR CHANGE
BREAKING CHAINS GALA
RITZ CARLTON, WASHINGTON, DC
SEPTEMBER 20TH, 2018
WHEN ISIS RECRUITS CHILDREN AS KILLERS
HOW HARD IS IT TO REVERSE THE
Children of ISIS
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SEED's President Speaks at TEDx
The Three Strategies
for Helping Survivors of ISIS
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED NOW!
The Psychosocial Support Services (PSS) Training Program
Building local capacity to respond to today’s crisis and the needs of tomorrow
50 SCHOLARSHIP SLOTS AVAILABLE
at the Center for MHPSS at Koya University
First Come, First Serve!
Building local capacity to respond
to today’s crisis and the needs of tomorrow
The Center for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services at Koya University
- Clinical Psychology Education
- Psychosocial Support Services Training and Supervision Program
- Ongoing education, workshops, and seminars
GIVE EVERY SURVIVOR
Give every survivor of conflict a new start
A NEW START
Donate blankets, winter coats, diapers, sanitary napkins, and hygiene kits
WOMEN'S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
Generating Income Through Knitting
SEED THANKS ITS 2018 SPONSORS
Children in Crisis
SEED Annual Gala Event
October 2, 2017
Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Washington, D.C.
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This holiday season, give the best gift of all!
Give a life saving donation and donate in someone's name.
MEN'S FURNITURE BUILDING PROGRAM
Women’s Farming Program
Building women’s economic skills
Girls, Boys, Women & Men
Music, Art, Baking, Knitting, Board Games, Sports Activities