Skills Building

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Bring Hope’s skills-building programme bolsters skills development, including marketable skills to increase employability. Under this initiative, we have worked on various projects, with a special focus on women and young girls.

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Sewing Hope is a practical project with far-reaching benefits for individuals involved. With the purpose of helping women in refugee families to contribute to their household income, Sewing Hope employs women from refugee camps around Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan. Participants receive a monthly income which not only enables them to contribute to their household resources, but also engenders self-esteem, a sense of accomplishment, and connects them to the world outside of their immediate environment. Women participate in the production of traditional textiles items, and sew them into unique, well-made bags that appeal to a global market.


Bring Hope runs first aid training on the ground in camps in Iraqi-Kurdistan to enable individuals to provide first assistance in the case of an emergency. Our training sessions teach essential skills that could be the difference between life and death in the case of an emergency, especially in remote refugee and IDP camps.  


Bring Hope’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) project addresses the challenge of access for refugee and IDP children to high quality and current education. We run computer skills and coding classes for kids to participate in to build market relevant skills and learning capabilities.  

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