Since the establishment, Widows Training and Development Center (WTDC) has executed several projects to support Iraqi vulnerable women, especially widows and orphans by conducting numerous training and awareness workshops to support widows economically, socially, intellectually, and psychologically by all possible means in accordance with the supports the center receives.
We Komlaa Jane Komala Jîn group of activists Alchordiat strive to achieve full equality for women in the Kurdish rights and duties.
• Member of the Arab Network for NGOs
• Member in the family developmental association.
• Coordinator and trainer in the global institution for supporting women.
• Social consultant in the women programs center /Whdat / Zarqa of UNRWA (1996-2006 ).
Relief International (RI) is a humanitarian, non-profit, nonsectarian organization providing emergency relief, rehabilitation, and development assistance worldwide, with a focus on disadvantaged, marginalized, and vulnerable groups around the world. RI’s eleven years of experience in Iraq has allowed it to develop a comprehensive knowledge of the humanitarian situation in Iraq, and the problems facing vulnerable and disadvantaged persons in Iraq.
General Director of Gender Studies and Information Organization
Gender Studies and Information Organization (GSIO) is a non-governmental and non-profit organization with a prime focus on gender issues. It was founded on January 27th, 2005 by Ms. Pakhshan Zangana, which she led until 2010.
Margaret Owen is an international human rights lawyer, with a focus on women’s and children’s rights, and for the last two decades has worked to raise awareness in particular of the status of widows in developing countries, and especially in countries in conflict and post conflict environments.
To utilize my diverse professional education and technical experience, supported by my strong humanitarian work (women’s rights) and social affairs background, in a senior government position where I can contribute to strategic focus and influence government’s development programs for women’s rights, affairs and justice.
Sarah studied Mass Communication for her BA, & is currently developing her Master’s thesis in Political Sciences at Cairo University.