Young talented Kaiwan joined the Breakfast Club to talk about his talents about Photography, check out more, click here.
they work across Iraq by responding fast to emergencies in Iraq, and helping people to rebuild their lives. They have provided thousands of people affected by conflict with clean drinking water, enough food, sanitation, and blankets and heaters to cope with the winter. At the same time, they are providing safe water in camps and […]
Jay from The Ministry joined the Breakfast Club to talk about Wing Friday at the Ministry, join the wonderful Friday night at The Ministry and spend a nice time with family and friends, check out more information here.
Muhammad joined The Breakfast Club to talk about Yalla. Yalla: Iraq’s largest, fastest-growing youth-focused media organisation, with 2 million+ followers on our Arabic & Kurdish pages. Yalla’s English-language output shares news, views and original content about Iraq.
Goran joined The Breakfast Club to talk about Rwanga Foundation strives to achieve the some objectives, check out the interview and full details here.
Sandra joined the Breakfast Club to talk about Global Migration Film Festival. The Global Migration Film Festival showcases films that capture the promise and challenges of migration.
Noor joined the Breakfast Club To talk about Arts and Crafts Bazaar.This bazar is to promote products made by IDPs, Syrian refugees and host community. Hand-made Accessories, Up-cycled products, hand painted ceramics, hand-made jewelry furniture, art and many more.
Shaun joined the Breakfast Club to talk about Sunlid Solar, SUNLID SOLAR is a major renewable green energy solar service provider in Iraq and MENA (Middle Eastern) regions. In partnership with European solar manufacturers company we are major supplier and distributor of international reputable solar products endorsed by European countries and solar manufactures and producers.
Nali joined the Breakfast Club to talk about Warm The Refugees. Warm the Refugees is an annual huge project of Human Rights and Peace IFMSA-Kurdistan Standing Committee. It is basically collecting donations, which can be money, new or used goods, like clothes,shoes, blankets or warming machines like heaters, or even kerosene.
Lelav and James joined the Breakfast Club to talk about UN Volunteers. They said The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that contributes to peace and development through volunteerism worldwide.