SEED Celebrates Graduation of 70 SEED Girls on International Day of Girl Child

2021-10-13T10:40:06+00:00

SEED Celebrates Graduation of 70 SEED Girls on International Day of Girl Child As the COVID-19 pandemic led to the closure of formal educational institutions and programs globally, including in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI), SEED embraced the use of technology to ensure safe interactions with our clients, including online. One such [...]

SEED Celebrates Graduation of 70 SEED Girls on International Day of Girl Child2021-10-13T10:40:06+00:00

C4JR Media Statement on Implementation of the Yezidi Survivors’ Law

2021-09-01T11:52:26+00:00

C4JR Media Statement on Implementation of the Yezidi Survivors' Law August marked the seventh anniversary of the 2014 Yezidi genocide. SEED, as a member of the Coalition for Just Reparations (C4JR), urges the Iraqi government to adopt strong regulations to begin implementing the Yezidi Survivors’ Law, a major step forward in advancing the rights [...]

C4JR Media Statement on Implementation of the Yezidi Survivors’ Law2021-09-01T11:52:26+00:00

SEED Girls Program Launches To Support Adolescent Girls in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

2021-08-25T21:53:39+00:00

SEED Girls Program Launches To Support Adolescent Girls in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq Adolescence is the developmental stage between childhood and adulthood, during which girls experience significant physical, intellectual, and emotional changes. These natural changes can often increase their stress and anxiety, compounded by pressure from social norms and more household responsibility. This dynamic [...]

SEED Girls Program Launches To Support Adolescent Girls in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq2021-08-25T21:53:39+00:00

SEED Launches GBV and Referral Training Program for Police Officers from Sulaimani’s 104 Emergency Police Unit

2021-08-15T12:57:03+00:00

SEED Launches GBV and Referral Training Program for Police Officers from Sulaimani's 104 Emergency Police Unit   To combat gender based violence, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) passed the 2011 Family Law which criminalizes domestic violence. The law provided for the creation of the Department of Combating Violence Against Women and Families (DCVAW), which to respond [...]

SEED Launches GBV and Referral Training Program for Police Officers from Sulaimani’s 104 Emergency Police Unit2021-08-15T12:57:03+00:00

SEED and DCVAW sign MOU to enhance cooperation on countering GBV in the Kurdistan Region

2021-08-01T12:18:09+00:00

SEED and DCVAW sign MOU to enhance cooperation on countering GBV in the Kurdistan Region SEED Foundation Vice President Tanya Gilly Khailany and Director General of the Kurdistan Region’s Directorate of Combating Violence against Women and Families (DCVAW) Kurda Omar signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) in Erbil on July 27 to enhance their organizations’ [...]

SEED and DCVAW sign MOU to enhance cooperation on countering GBV in the Kurdistan Region2021-08-01T12:18:09+00:00

SEED Launches New Human Trafficking Response Training and Capacity Building Program for Kurdistan Region Authorities

2021-07-05T23:24:59+00:00

SEED Launches New Human Trafficking Response Training and Capacity Building Program for Kurdistan Region Authorities SEED Foundation launched a training and capacity building program for combating human trafficking on June 6 for officials from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG). This program is generously supported by the United States government. Particpants come from [...]

SEED Launches New Human Trafficking Response Training and Capacity Building Program for Kurdistan Region Authorities2021-07-05T23:24:59+00:00

SEED’s President, Sherri Kraham Talabany, participated in IOM’s workshop on the implementation of the Yezidi Survivors’ Law

2021-06-23T21:16:39+00:00

SEED's President, Sherri Kraham Talabany, participated in IOM's workshop on the implementation of the Yezidi Survivors' Law SEED's President, Sherri Kraham Talabany, participated in IOM Iraq's workshop on June 20 about the implementation of the Yezidi Survivors' Law. She urged representatives from the Government of Iraq and Kurdistan Regional Government to focus on the [...]

SEED’s President, Sherri Kraham Talabany, participated in IOM’s workshop on the implementation of the Yezidi Survivors’ Law2021-06-23T21:16:39+00:00

SEED Foundation and Salahaddin University Sign MOU to Enhance University’s Social Work Program

2021-06-21T12:08:32+00:00

SEED Foundation and Salahaddin University Sign MOU to Enhance University’s Social Work Program SEED Foundation President and Executive Director Sherri Kraham Talabany and Salahaddin University President Jawhar Fattah Saeed signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) at Salahaddin University in Erbil on June 9 to implement the program ‘Protecting and [...]

SEED Foundation and Salahaddin University Sign MOU to Enhance University’s Social Work Program2021-06-21T12:08:32+00:00

How mobile messaging apps became essential to SEED’s psychosocial support services

2021-05-14T22:18:52+00:00

How mobile messaging apps became essential to SEED’s psychosocial support services SEED Foundation, like many others, has had to adapt how we provide our psychosocial support services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There have been some challenges along the way and we’ve learned some important lessons. At SEED, we put good [...]

How mobile messaging apps became essential to SEED’s psychosocial support services2021-05-14T22:18:52+00:00

The Power of Music

2021-05-02T22:16:22+00:00

The Power of Music SEED has an exciting new initiative for its psychosocial support (PSS) activities focused on nonverbal communication with Sounds of Change (SoC). SEED spoke with Lucas and Hashem from SoC about the project. After playing music professionally for 15 years, Lucas Dols wanted to use music not just [...]

The Power of Music2021-05-02T22:16:22+00:00
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