Opening dormitories for Iraqi students
Many Iraqi students go to northern cities such as Mosul and Kirkuk to resume their education due to ongoing violence in central and southern Iraq. However, they need help with accommodation because th
Iraq, MiddleEast 18.01.2010
To escape civil war and resume their education 5,000 university students have fled from violence-hit provinces of Baghdad, Diyala and Anbar to northern cities of Mosul and Kirkuk. The most serious problem facing these students is accommodation. A project will be carried out to turn certain viable buildings in these cities into dormitories in order to provide impoverished students with accommodation facilities.
Project Name: Opening dormitories in Iraq
Project Cost: $36,000
Country: Mosul-Kirkuk, Iraq
Estimated Duration: 1 year
Number of Beneficiaries: Initially 80 students
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