Gooooooood news!!!! :)

A while back I asked on social media for donations. I do that quiet often actually!! There are always angels out there who reach out and change people's lives. Amidst all the news that I see and hear thats the only thing that still keeps my hopes high about the future. Anyhow, I am a... Continue Reading →

Kurdish Clothes For All

Loyal reader, Hello from a very emotional blogger! Over the years I have been part of a handful of different charity campaigns. A number remain close to my heart. Some surprise me and take me by a storm, others are quiet disappointing. Some leave me in tears of happiness, others tears of pain and depression.... Continue Reading →


Please join us in donating your Kurdish clothes which you are no longer in use of to poor families who can not afford to purchase new ones this Newroz. We are collecting used Kurdish clothes (or new ones) of all sizes, parts, and colors for both genders. They will be distributed to poor families in... Continue Reading →

Volunteer to make a new friend

My dearest loyal reader, Some of the most beautiful moments of my life are spent speaking to people that I don't know close, of those who have a complete different background than myself. They are the moments that I cherish and those I learn the most from. I began my irregular visits to the elderly people's... Continue Reading →

We bought a best friend

Loyalist readers!!! Why hello there. Imagine you are at an elderly people's home. You husband/ wife have passed away, you are ill to the extent that can't leave your bed without someone's help. You share a room with 10 other people. The kids that you sacrificed all your life for to raise don't even visit... Continue Reading →

Peer Education behind bars?!

Written with guest blogger: Huda Sarhang Dearest loyal reader, Peer Education in the Kurdistan Region has gone to various places and touched the lives of a good number of young people- not as much as I'd dream of (I still have this dream of having the program in every single school in Kurdistan) but from... Continue Reading →

Peer Educate the girls!

Hello. Sometimes you complain about work, sometimes it gets too much, sometimes you become lazy and at times you just... have enough! Other times something happens and you secretly smile to yourself, proud of everything that you have accomplished. Today, I had one of those moments. A moment where I stepped back, watched and smiled. I whispered to myself, "I'm proud!"

A family smiled… thanks to you!

I was humbled by the number of inboxes and emails from the last post I wrote. I thought it is only fair to update you what happened to the lovely family of six since the last time I wrote about them.

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