Sewing Machine and Class for Kaka'i Refugee Woman
Several villages near Kirkuk, Iraq were home to the Kaka'i people - a minority group inside Iraq with religious beliefs that made them a big target for ISIS. Thousands lost their homes during the war, and our partners are working to help as many as they can rebuild their lives.
At a local ministry center near Erbil, Iraq, dozens of Kaka'i refugee women gather each week for sewing lessons. Once they graduate the 45-hour class, they are given their own sewing machine and new skills that will help them find a job and provide for their families.
Your gift will be used to help cover the cost of enrolling one refugee woman in the class and providing her with her own sewing machine and supplies.
Your donation is tax-deductible.