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ROS awareness campaign in Kurdistan, Iraq

by Victor

  The Roads of Success team in Kurdistan, Iraq, has conducted an awareness campaign about the importance of hygiene in displaced camps to avoid the spread of diseases. Along with a guide to proper hygiene, trash bins with liquid soap were installed and has had a positive impact on the refugees living there. Our hope…



Holy See meeting at the United Nations Headquarters

by Victor

On Thursday, November 2nd, Roads of Success co-hosted a crucial meeting with The Permanent Representative of the Holy See meeting at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City titled, “Peace, Reconciliation, and Justice: The Future of Religious and Ethnic Minorities Victimized by Daesh”. The meeting focused on better understanding the victims of Daesh and…



Recent Medical Mission in Iraq

by Victor

Our team in Iraq has provided humanitarian aid to the displaced people from Mosul in Hassan Sham camp. In Addition, Dr. Nahed Fayez, a cardiologist from Egypt, has accompanied the team and conducted several medical exams for many patients in the area. Medicine donated by Dr. Nizar Ismet, the director of the Health Department in…



Christian Minorities in Syria

by Victor

These photos were taken during our visit to historical church sites which have been completely destroyed by fundamental Islamic groups in Syria. Please continue to pray for the protection of Christian minorities in Syria and the Middle East.



Coptic Minorities

by Victor

Christians in Al-Arish, Egypt Flee after continuous Killings to Christian Minorities in Northern Sinai. Christians continue to flood out of Al-Arish, Egypt Sinai after many Christians were gunned down by Islamic militants linked to ISIS. Series of killings started after a call by Islamic State for its followers to target the minority group. The killings…



“Not My Sisters”

by Isabella Malak

  • Posted on July 29, 2016

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As of February 2016, over 250,000 Syrians have been killed. Approximately 13.5 million refugees are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. 86% of Syrian refugees residing in Jordan are living beneath the poverty line. More than 50% of Syria’s total population has been displaced in the surrounding countries of Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq, and Egypt. 250,000…13.5…



Survived kidnapping, this teenage girl now using a TASIS-provided computer to help those still in captivity

by Jacqueline Isaac

  • Posted on February 18, 2016

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The American School in Switzerland is honored to play a small role in improving the life of a 16-year-old Iraqi girl who has survived a nightmare few can conceive of. The heartbreaking story of Ekhlas, who was kidnapped by ISIS after witnessing the murder of her father and two brothers, is revealed through an interview…