About Us

NSKI – Dutch Organization for the Iraqi Children

 

In the Netherlands where another hope was born for humanity, NSKI, The Dutch Organization for the Iraqi Children. Its headquartered in Emmeloord, Netherlands.

It’s a nonprofit humanitarian organization that aimed to provide humanitarian and relief aid for victims of war and conflicts in Iraq.

The humanitarian aid and activities submitted by NSKI had participated in reducing the sufferings of targeted people.

The most important humanitarian goals that NSKI is working to achieve are:

Providing medical and financial aid to disabled children due to congenital malformation, accidents, wars, or terrorist acts and to mentally retarded children due to Autism.

Providing different kinds of aid to orphans and homeless children, by submitted shelter, clothing, and food, in addition to medical and financial aid, if necessary.

Submitting the chances to educate the uneducated children by providing teaching programs, guidance courses, and school supplies for them.

Sponsoring the food program for children by providing them healthy milk appropriate for their ages, pure water to prepare milk, and healthy food rich of necessary vitamins for children.

Submitting the humanitarian portal for supporting children by the establishment of an orphan care program through which provide a financial assistance, food and clothing to children who have lost their parents due to accidents or violence acts.

 

NSKI is preparing to create a program and a data base which includes a various governorates of Iraq, through which the number of cases requiring humanitarian support (especially children) can be calculated, and this base has priority to implement it.

The most important projects that NSKI aims to implement are providing support to children's education through field visits to schools and kindergartens, and meeting their needs, such as providing classroom desks and school supplies that enhance the environment for children's education.

Participating in the construction of housing units at a simple cost as alternative homes for families who lost their homes due to terrorist acts and wars.

 

Participating in the construction and maintenance of infrastructure which are including purification and sterilization plants for water, sanitation networks and schools. In addition to clean the cities from rubble, rubbish, military debris and violence debris.

Contributing to supporting agricultural and animal activities.

NSKI looks to create an educational curriculum in Arabic language, reinforced by drawings and stories that helps to combat extremism, renounce violence and racism, convey a message of love, peace and coexistence between religions.

In addition to that the curriculum will enable children to forget the wars tragedies and memories. This important curriculum or program will be printed on papers and CDs and distributed to children.

NSKI relies on a specialized team to create such an important remedial and intellectual curriculums.

The programs mentioned above have several forms and branches, all of which include the same humanitarian goal that NSKI branch in Iraq aims to achieve under the supervision of the mother organization in Netherlands.

 

 

The humanitarian aid and activities provided by NSKI have been funded from charity campaigns and donations.

Due to the increased conflicts and wars in Iraq, especially in the recent years which has led to an increase in the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance (especially children). In view of the lack of resources, NSKI has made every effort to raise funds for the achievement of its humanitarian activities and objectives to save Iraqi children.

Therefore, NSKI preparing all communication and coordination ways with donor countries, UN agencies and charitable organizations operating under its supervision inside and outside Iraq.

 

At the end of 2017, due to the urgent need that requires a more effective role for the Dutch Organization for Iraqi Children, NSKI opened its first branch in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, which is a very important step in his humanitarian journey.

 This branch will enable direct field communication to meet the main and most important humanitarian needs of the Iraqi people.

NSKI is looking forward to a bright future and a better life for Iraqi children. It is aiming to grow a new generation that rejects violence and extremism, and believes in love and peace.

In order to achieve this goal, all efforts, potentials and authorities must be used to restore the lost childhood spirit of many children of this country, which has lived through many wars and conflicts.

Therefore, we all have a responsibility to take care of these children and make them the top priority of humanitarian tasks and priorities.

We all know that there is no happy society and a modern country without children, because they represent the vitality of this society and there is no bright future for this life without children.

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