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If your Church or organisation wants to know more about showing support for the churches and people in Iraq, or would welcome one of our team to come and talk to you more about our work please do get in touch on the contacts page


As we create official friendship partnerships, we will announce them here. In the meantime Project 2022 aims to link schools with the schools being run in the IDP centres in Ankawa - visit the Project page for more information. 

An act of friendship


Part of our work is to ensure that the Churches in Ankawa know there is support for them in their mission and ministry from others around the world.


As a result we are working to form official friendships between Churches in the UK, and across the world, with the Churches here in Ankawa, of all denominations, to show that as Christians we stand side by side our brothers and sisters in Christ. 



Holy Trinity School, Chelsea

Children are often at the heart of our work. 


It has therefore been a great opportunity for us to share this with the children of Holy Trinity School in Chelsea through assemblies and classes over the last few months. 


This has inspired the children to organise some fundraising themselves - which ahead of Easter saw them raising £154


The school continues to work with us, sharing our work with the children to ensure they understand the suffering faced by others less fortunate than themselves. 


We are grateful for this partnership and look forward to our continued working with them in the future. 


Clare College Chapel, Cambridge

We are pleased to announce that Clare College Chapel, at Cambridge University, United Kingdom, announced that the Ankawa Foundation would be their charity for the Michaelmas (winter) term (October - December 2015). 


This support resulted in a donation of over £2500 being made at the start of the New Year. 


We are very grateful to them, especially their Dean, The Rev'd Jamie Hawkey, for working with us, and thank them for their support. 


Thank you! 


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