What we do
We provide emergency aid to Christians and other persecuted groups in Iraq, as well as thousands of Iraqi Christians who have fled to Jordan to escape the violence. In addition to spiritual support we provide food, medicine and shelter. We work with partners on the ground, including churches, other NGOs and the UN, to ensure that aid reaches the most vulnerable. Through relief, we aim to bring reconciliation to the broken parts of the Middle East.
We have been blessed with the precious support of our partners and donors this year, enabling us to continue to relieve suffering, poverty and distress at a time of severe sectarian conflict in Iraq. We continue to have a highly respected reputation as a responsive and accountable Christian NGO, whose work on the ground makes a significant and positive impact. Our hope is that our work continues to support the persecuted church in Iraq, and helps build social cohesion and trust between communities that have been driven apart by war.
If you would like to find out more about us, please explore this website. If you would like to make a donation, you can do so by clicking here.
Statement from the FRRME Board of Trustees regarding the resignation of Canon Andrew White