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When ISIS terrorised the Sinjar region of Iraq, families from the minority Yazidi people group were forced to abandon their homes and livelihoods, seeking safety in displacement camps. Four years later, thousands are still living in tents, with no source of income and no prospects for the future. Samaritan’s Purse offers vocational training—like sewing and cosmetology classes—to give Yazidi women the tools they need to start a small business and to provide a sense of purpose during the long days at the camp. You can give an eager student the chance to learn a new skill and earn an income, while opening doors for us to share the Gospel.
Your gift helps provide equipment, materials, and training for sewing, food service, carpentry, mechanics, and other livelihood classes in countries like Iraq, Liberia, and the Philippines.