Helping survivors of ISIS conflict in Iraq realize their right to reparations



Published:February 8, 2020

TAJDID Iraq is an Iraqi NGO founded and registered in the NGOs office in 2008. TAJDID fights for a safe and stable Iraqi society using all available financial and human resources to develop the Iraqi society in all fields, and work to support the vulnerable sectors to achieve prosperity. With approximately 75 staff, TAJDID is present in Baghdad, Anbar, Diyala, Salahudein, and Mosul. It works with many donors in implementing a wide range of programs through psychosocial support and case management services, as well as free legal services to women and girls especially the GBV survivors and ISIS victims.