Director General- Directorate of Combating Violence Against Women and Families
Kurdo Omar Abdullah was born in Koya in 1969. She was a political prisoner of Saddam’s regime in the 1980s. From the 1990s onwards she worked in many women’s organizations and became the Mayor of Koya in 2004. She has founded several initiatives for women and youth. In 2010, she had become the Director-General of the Directorate of Combating Violence against Women and Families; developing the Institute and its role.
“Women are powerful, they are full of life, and hope.”