Since 2013, Rwanga Foundation has implemented over 100 projects in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq through which 858,600 beneficiaries were directly supported by Rwanga in the sectors of education, health, women, unsupported minors, vulnerable families, environment, sports and scholarships.
Rwanga Foundation’s vision is a world where quality education is accessible for all. The Foundation’s strategic aims are: providing services, building capacity and designing policies. Inspired by these goals, Rwanga is working on enhancing the abilities of social researchers in Kurdistan high schools to enhance a positive and productive learning environment.
Rwanga is also working to promote a culture of volunteerism and a culture of physical education in Kurdistan high schools. For university students it has an intensive program to help them enhance their professional skills. For university graduate students and youth in general the Foundation is running the Rwanga-Foras web site. The website is the biggest platform in Kurdistan bringing together job seekers and job providers, and also providing e-learning options for job seekers and more features. Rwanga is also raising funds to establish a school that can be a model for modern learning which will be unique and prepare students from Kurdistan to compete on an international level.
Rwanga Foundation’s vision is a world where quality education is accessible for all. Rwanga’s strategic aims are: providing services, building capacity and designing policies.
One of the biggest projects implemented by Rwanga Foundation was to establish ‘Rwanga Community’ in Duhok province which is a camp of 3,000 containers to accommodate 24,000 IDPs and it includes all the necessary public services and learning facilities such as a school, a library, a computer lab, and an art and music room.
In addition, 292,380 Syrian, Yazidi, Christian, Arab and Turkmen refugees as well as Kurdish displaced people were provided with emergency relief food and non-food items including hot meals, bread, water, juice, canned fish, canned beans, baby milk, baby diapers, women’s sanitary napkins, blankets, mattresses, cooking sets, clothes, and shoes.