166 - Restoring drinkable water after Turkish air force bombed the grid in Cham Rabatke

Cham Rabatke was hit by Turkish jets in December of last year, destroying the water system of the small village. For more than 3 months, they had no drinkable water - Shlama volunteer Ailin Ashaq took the lead on this project, and now people have water in their homes again. The village has 90 people, belonging to the Assyrian Church of the East, and it's located in the Amedi district of Duhok.

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The Shlama Foundation is based in Ankawa-Erbil, Iraq. It is registered in the KRG as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). It is registered in the United States as a federal nonprofit with 501(c)3 status. EIN No: 47-1942727

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