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More than $150k was spent this month supporting IDPs in Kurdistan and the South of Iraq. Just in November we have reached out to more than 60,000 people in each project FRRME was involved in. There are about six current small projects that we are involved in, in Kurdistan and Baghdad alone. Not counting the Baghdad/Erbil/Dohok Winter Camp for IDPs, which will be a Trailer Camp that is fully equipped and suitable for winter weather. More than $300k will be allocated to create these camps. About $15,000 was spent on creating a two weeks school for IDPs Children between the age of 4 and 5 before Christmas. This is just an example of what happened in November. I am so sorry I haven’t been able to update you that often but because of the craziness of November, I didn’t have the time to write updates. I promise that I will be writing a better update soon. Thank you very much for all your support. peace and Love, Dr. Sarah

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More than $150k was spent this month supporting IDPs in Kurdistan and the South of Iraq. Just in November we have reached out to more than 60,000 people in each project FRRME was involved in. There are about six current small projects that we are involved in, in Kurdistan and Baghdad alone. Not counting the Baghdad/Erbil/Dohok Winter Camp for IDPs, which will be a Trailer Camp that is fully equipped and suitable for winter weather. More than $300k will be allocated to create these camps. About $15,000 was spent on creating a two weeks school for IDPs Children between the age of 4 and 5 before Christmas. This is just an example of what happened in November. I am so sorry I haven’t been able to update you that often but because of the craziness of November, I didn’t have the time to write updates. I promise that I will be writing a better update soon. Thank you very much for all your support. 

peace and Love, 
Dr. Sarah