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Prior to the invasion of ISIS, the primarily Christian city of Qeraqosh was the agricultural hub of the Nineveh Plains. Chicken farming was a particularly common agricultural pursuit. When ISIS invaded, the militants would completely ransack these farms, crumbling Qeraqosh’s economy as a result.
Badri and Evan are two Christian farmers whose livelihoods were turned upside down by their displacement. Both men’s homes were burned down, and the thought of rebuilding their farms from the ground up seemed nearly impossible. Although they worked independently, the men concluded that working together would improve their chances of rebuilding their farms successfully.
In order to help these two farmers get back on their feet, ICC provided for many of the upfront costs necessary to rebuild. We provided Evan and Badri with 3,000 chicks, several tons of fodder, medicine, and more.
In addition to supporting these two large families, the farms will have a ripple effect on the community. As the foundation of Qeraqosh’s economy, rebuilding farms throughout the region will be crucial to the wider rebuilding efforts in the city. Read more: bit.ly/3iTyzoQ… See MoreSee Less
Thank you for looking after those who are still in Qaraqosh; supporting such projects will make them restore their lives back however what they really need is guarantees and safety so they might stay and continue living in their place of origins.
May God continue to bless these believers through this ministry!
To God be the glory.
God bless ICC.
Praise the Lord Hallelujah thanking you Lord Jesus for ICC'S mission bless them abundantly
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