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TAJDID Iraq Foundation for Economic Development


TAJDID Iraq is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in 2008. Since its foundation, TAJDID has done its best to provide its services in both the development and humanitarian sectors, and to all Iraqi communities regardless of ethnicities, religions, or sectors. TAJDID cares about the Iraqi society and helps its citizens work to achieve a better life through social, intellectual, and vocational rehabilitation.

TAJDID is also working on providing economic, health, psychosocial, development, and legal services. Additionally, TAJDID works on identifying the humanitarian needs of the vulnerable sectors of society, such as widows, and unemployed youth. By paying special attention to women's needs in Iraq, TAJDID established 31 Women Supporting Centers across 8 Iraqi governorates, including newly liberated ones like Mosul and Tikrit in May 2018. The number of women and girls who benefits from their services is around 500,000. TAJDID also supports Iraqi children and youth by supporting vaccination services, as well as recreational and peace building activities.



CEO: Adil D. Jebur, MSc.

Last modified: 04/26/2019

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