Every story is different. Every story is simillarly saddening.  – EagleWatch in Iraq

Every story is different. Every story is simillarly saddening. – EagleWatch in Iraq

Every time I go to Iraq I can count on new experiences. Every time I come back home, I get there with millions of thoughts. Maybe it is because I have gotten to understand the situation a lot better? Maybe I get more and more attached to people we help? The main puropse of this trip was to gather materials for a book about those who have survived. I was supposed to help to find those people. How do they live? Do they manage to get o with their lives? It was the most difficult task I have ever had there. Natalia and Tatiana have gone to Iraq with me. The book I have mentioned will be available on the market in few months. It will be Natalia’s first book. Tatiana, a photographer was capturing all of those moments. You can see her works here.   W have started off as we did last time, from visiting an educational centre in Khanke. We have been fundrising for them since July. In case you do not know what the centre is all about, please read up all about it here (polish version only). I have given some of the funds to the director. It will help to keep the centre up and running. I have also decided to figure out what the centre needs the most. They do not need much and our monthly support is enough to get them through each month. They even plan to admitt more students in the nearest future. And it is because we are providing them with ongoing suppport. In IDP camp in Khanke...