PROJECTS

REFUGEE – IDP AID PROJECT

KURDISTAN OF IRAQ (Kurdish Autonomous Region) has been inundated with over ONE MILLION Syrian Refugees and Iraqi IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons). Many of these are forced to take shelter in public buildings such as schools, churches, government buildings, unfinished construction sights or simply living in crude shelters on the streets. PCCF and HOHFI Representative, Pastor Layth Ibrahim is currently supplying food and supplies on a weekly basis to over IDP 460 families in the city of Duhok.

HANDICAPPED REFUGEE CHILDREN PROJECT

imageLOCATED AT DOMIZ SYRIAN REFUGEE CAMP just a short distance from our base in Duhok, Domiz Camp has a population of over 300,000 Syrian refugees. At the request of the Camp officials HOHFI Representative LaDawna McKinnis has developed a project to meet the special educational needs of the many handicapped children and their families within the camp. The Camp has supplied LaDawna and her team a building to work from within the secure area of the camp itself.

MULTIPURPOSE WORSHIP FACILITY

OUR MOST AMBITIOUS PROJECT is our Multipurpose Worship Facility. This project not only addresses the current regional crisis but it also is a vital part of our future expression in Kurdistan, Iraq and the Middle East. Simply put, this is our Headquarters for staging our ongoing outreach in the Middle East. We plan on being here when others have gone home.

  • CHURCH WORSHIP CENTER & INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTER
  • FREE CLINIC FACILITY
  • EMERGENCY SHELTER FACILITY (Refugees, IDPs)
  • CRISIS DISTRIBUTION CENTER & OUTREACH STAGING FACILITY

Simply put, this is exactly what a Church in the Middle East should look like. A hub of strong spiritual life with the ability to respond to inevitable social crisis and upheaval

 

 

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