Zahraa

I am 7 years old!
I’ve been waiting 1146 Days!
ID: 1001

Full Sponsorship: $58/M
Half Sponsorship: $29/M

اقرا تفاصيل عن الطفل - عربي

Family of Five Young Orphans Needs Daily Provisions!

  • Hussein Sabbah Nuwayef, 2020, stroke
  • Very low monthly income from social services
  • Mother Marwa Ali Zrijawah, 1988, middle school education, responsible for family
  • Zahraa Hussein, 2016
  • Tufuf Hussein, 2012 (female)
  • Abbass Hussein, 2011
  • Nour Hussein, 2009
  • Maasuma Hussein, 2007
  • Mother wants to learn seamstress, can work with it; would like to continue her education

Zahraa Hussein, age 5, was devasted when she lost her father to a stroke at age 4. Too young to understand the concept of death, she cried for him daily. The youngest of five orphaned children, she will soon forget what her father looks like or the sound of his voice. These children are under the care of their mother, who has a middle school level education. Their mother would love the opportunity to learn seamstressing and dreams of continuing her education, all to support her family. Please help Zahraa experience the compassion of a generous donor, with your sponsorship!

Tufuf Hussein, age 9, was devasted when she lost her father to a stroke at age 8. The second youngest of five orphaned children, she will never be given away at her wedding by her father, nor will she be able to turn to him in her time of need.  These children are under the care of their mother, who has a middle school level education. Their mother would love the opportunity to learn seamstressing and dreams of continuing her education, all to support her family. Please help Tufuf experience the compassion of a generous donor, with your sponsorship!

Abbass Hussein, age 10, was devasted when he lost his father to a stroke at age 9. The only male of five orphaned children, he has now taken the role of an adult, worrying for the provisions of his mother and four siblings. These children are under the care of their mother, who has a middle school level education. Their mother would love the opportunity to learn seamstressing and dreams of continuing her education, all to support her family. Please help relieve the heavyweight upon Abbass and allow him to experience the compassion of a generous donor, with your sponsorship!

Nour Hussein, age 12, lost her father to a stroke at the tender pre-teen age of 11.  The second eldest of five orphaned children, she will never be given away at her wedding by her father, nor will she be able to turn to him in her time of need. These children are under the care of their mother, who has a middle school level education. Their mother would love the opportunity to learn seamstressing and dreams of continuing her education, all to support her family. Please help Nour experience the compassion of a generous donor, with your sponsorship!

Maasuma Hussein, age 14, lost her father to a stroke at the onset of her teenage years, at the age of 13.  The eldest of five orphaned children, she will never be given away at her wedding by her father, nor will she be able to turn to him in her time of need. These children are under the care of their mother, who has a middle school level education. Their mother would love the opportunity to learn seamstressing and dreams of continuing her education, all to support her family.  Please help Maasuma experience the compassion of a generous donor, with your sponsorship!

Through the donations received from generous donors like you, I.C. Hope is able to provide orphaned children and widowed mothers with necessities and skilled trade training, not only allowing them the chance at survival but also endowing them with skills and hope for a brighter future!

• Wholesome food
• Clean, adequate clothing
• Safe, happy living arrangements
• Basic household furniture and appliances
• Basic school supplies and uniforms
• Tutoring programs
. Safe transportation
• Special education tutoring
• Autism programs and support
• Mental health programs
• Medical services
• Skilled trade education and certification (sewing, handyman, computer repair and programming, entrepreneurship, etc.)

I.C. Hope implements a strict and rigorous fund allocation system whereby funding is paid to the orphan guardian with proof of funds spent (receipts from grocery/food markets, clothing retailers, furniture/appliance retailers, home rent, etc.) validated by ongoing social service visits to confirm appropriate purchases. Due to our on-site team and volunteers, every family is regularly visited to ensure funds are directly supporting our beloved orphans. Our team in Washington D.C. (USA) regularly visits Iraq to ensure this operation and also to witness the beaming faces of the orphaned children receiving a new pair of glasses when they could not see the chalkboard, or a new pair of shoes because their feet were bleeding from inadequate shoes, or a family benefitting from a new bed who no longer have to sleep on concrete ground, etc.

If an orphan sponsor would like regular progress updates or correspondence with a beloved orphan, please do not hesitate to contact our team at info@ichope.org, and appropriate arrangements will be made. Please note we prioritize the well-being and safety of our orphans. Thus sensitive information such as home address may be withheld.