By Watan M. Taie.
Out in the ghettos of Baghdad, Hussein, Nada, Sahar and others, owing poverty, are subject to crime, illness and illiteracy. This handicap them at their livelihood. Locking these vital skills undermines their well-being and stops them from making a full contribution to the economic and cultural life of our community.
Basic education is a measure for nations’ progress, that’s why IRAQ Builders put education high in their order of importance by rendering them the required education, mainly polishing in literacy to advance their capacity in learning and eventually helping them finding their way in life and work.
Volunteers admirably have joined us at holidays and mainly on Fridays in our fight against illiteracy, teaching children as rather exquisite adventure for both the teacher and the one they teach.
Hopefully, Next year we build on our success by expanding our work in all disadvantage communities in Iraq.
Rebuilding childhood continues…