Iraqi Red Crescent organizes a psychosocial support program for the Ayzidia families in Sardashti tent in Nineveh governorate.

The Iraqi Red Crescent Society(IRCS) has organized a psychosocial  support programs for the Ayzdia families in Sardashti tent in Nineveh Governorate.
The IRCS’s teams have organized a psychosocial  support programs  for the Ayzdia displaced families in Sardashti tent  which is inhabited by more than (2580) displaced families in Nineveh governorate.
The program has included a number of activities, including field visits and conducting  interviews with the displaced families because this group has been subjected to various types of violence, displacement and extermination, and in order to rehabilitate them and get them out  from the atmosphere of isolation.
The IRCS’s  teams  have organized recreational events for the children of the above-mentioned families which included (group games, free drawing, distribution of gifts, psychosocial  discharge sessions) in order to alleviate their suffering and promote opportunities of adapting to the new reality and enable them to live in safety conditions and a dignified life for the Ayzdia families in order to get them back to their areas. 

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