“Trip to holly Lalish Temple”

Trip to holly Lalish Temple with women and their kids.Funded by Khaima and Zarok #panaga#haven#childprotection#hope#learn#fun#fundeducation#love#care#yezidis#women#kids#genocide#khaima#zarok#traumarecovery
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” International Women’s Day “

On International Women’s Day, Panaga team highlighted the day. The team spoke of the following points:- Support women and the…
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” Kids International Day “.

1st, June, Kids International Day! Every child has the right to have fun! Panaga team at Grepan village is making…
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” Reported by UN agencies as one of the most poorly constructed camps”.

Reported by UN agencies as one of the most poorly constructed camps, Shariya camp is home to around 17,000 individuals….
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Harshad, 10-year-old Panaga student

Harshad, a 10-year-old Panaga student from #shingal has drawn a picture of his teachers at the Haven Center. Basically starting…
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Day 13 – Maggie goes to Yezidi

Yipikajee…a holiday. At least for 5 hours…The Maggie team needed some battery recharging after 11 days non stop working and…
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“Follow up to Trauma Recovery with Women and Children”

First day of the programToday our new students go like: I am happy because ……. Student 1: I am happy…
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“Follow up to Trauma Recovery with Women and Children”

3rd August 2014

Yezidi Genocide Commemoration Today we mourn, we weep and we cry out! We call out for justice. We call out…
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3rd August 2014

Trauma Care Project

Graduation dayThree month programTrauma care project education #psychology #kids #help #graduation
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Trauma Care Project

“The Girl in the Box”

Today, we come a cross this sweat kid. You need to keep learning to get ahead. She explained that they…
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“The Girl in the Box”

Panaga is an independent, locally run, non-profit, and non-governmental organization that works to develop and provide educational service in KRG in general, in Duhok governorate particularly. The NGO aims to provide resources, humanitarian aid and education service to IDPs mainly and host community in KRG. The organization also works to respond to urgent situation in the region as well as working to develop education sector via education entities, schools and teachers. Together we create chances, we break down barriers. We do education programs for children and youth, community and cultural events where kids and youth interest and talents are supported and encouraged. Panaga started as a part of EDGE Institute, an international American organization based in Washington DC in June, 2016. After with the efforts of educational program manager, Zirak Hameed and a dedicated local staff, Panaga started to operate as a local independent organization in July, 2018.

Our vision

Panaga (Haven in English) is an educational organization to serve displaced, poor and marginalized people through education and providing resources. Panaga tries to enable communities to progress through creating chances and building hope for a better future.

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