The Nine Project

Hundreds of families from Iraq and Syria have been displaced by violence, leaving them to exist in desert camps in Kurdistan (northern Iraq). While these camps are safer than their homes, many live in inhumane conditions, simply trying to survive the 120 degree desert heat with the little they could carry.

There are 500 families in Kurdistan in need of immediate help. You can help provide relief by sending a toiletry pack today for $9.


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There are large aid organizations providing basic food and shelter items, but most families still lack essential daily items that make living in these conditions realistic or sustainable.
World Compassion is providing toiletry packs and other relief packs to refugee families to help fill in the gaps of the aid they receive. Each pack helps meet the immediate needs of a family, and are supplemented by monthly distributions of food and necessities from World Compassion through local churches on the ground. These items bring hope and equip local pastors to reach out to refugees in their time of need.

There isn’t much left of Syria today. The destruction to infrastructure is estimated in the billions, the economy has collapsed, and their currency has little value. Iraq seems to be following suit as the war between Sunni and Shiite Muslims rages on. The Jihadist group ISIS has already displaced 1.2 million Iraqis and killed 2,000 in just the first month of violence in Iraq, destabilizing the entire region.
The devastation to human life is incalculable, and has created the worst refugee crisis in modern history. In Syria alone there has been over 2.5 million people displaced outside their country, and 6.5 million internally. 250,000 refugees from Syria and 500,000 from Iraq have fled to the federal region of Kurdistan for safe haven leaving approximately 750,000 refugees in Kurdistan from Syria and Iraq needing immediate help.