Read 4 Stories of Change from Iraq

4 Stories of Change

Learn about World Vision's work in Iraq through the experiences of an IDP, Returnee, Refugee and Host Community Member


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Elmo is bringing students and teachers together in Iraq

World Vision teamed up with Sesame Street to develop the WASH Up! Program to teach children about Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene.

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World Vision Iraq has worked with the vulnerable children of Iraq, their families and communities, since 2014. Currently, World Vision Iraq has a commitment to bring hope and help to children and communities in the country through a range of holistic, integrated projects that promote change and improve well-being. Last year, over 937,000 children and adults benefited from World Vision Iraq’s programmes in Food, Health, Education, Protection, WASH and Livelihoods, which currently operate in 5 governorates throughout Iraq.

World Vision Iraq continues to expand operations into more governorates of Iraq to meet the needs of the most vulnerable whether internally displaced, returnee, remainee, host community, or refugee.

37.6 million

Population, total


Capital City

193.2 billion

GDP (current US$)

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Our Work

Follow the stories of our work in Iraq with IDPs, Returnees, Refugees and Host Communities

IDP: Youngest Community Leader in Hygiene Promotion

Meet Rawan

Returnee: Abu Mariya village receives life in the form of access to clean water

Meet Ali

Refugee: New Opportunities for Yara

Meet Yara

Host Community: Empowering Kazeen to Support Her Family

Meet Kazeen
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