The Kurdistan Regional Government Representation to the United States has teamed up with the U.S. Association for International Migration (USAIM) to raise funds to support emergency relief and lifesaving efforts in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
USAIM contributes 90 cents of every $1 dedicated to this program to aid Syrian refugees and internally displaced persons in the Kurdistan Region.
USAIM’s partner, the International Organization for Migration (IOM), is assisting over 500,000 Syrian refugees and internally displaced persons in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, many of them children and the elderly.
Funding Request for USAIM Appeal 2014 – $70,000
Livelihood Assistance $20,000
Emergency Kits $42,500
USAIM, in coordination with IOM and partner UN agencies, NGOs, and the KRG-US Representation, is appealing to donors for immediate support in responding to the rapidly deteriorating humanitarian situation.
To donate directly to support those in need in the Kurdistan Region, please visit the USAIM website.
If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact KRG-US at firstname.lastname@example.org or USAIM’s Danielle Dannenberg at email@example.com.
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