No more classes in a tent
In pictures: Unbearable heat and dust in summer, cold and snow in the winter. Meet Asma, her classmates, and her teachers and learn more about the transition from tent schools to concrete schools and the huge difference this makes in terms of the quality of education students can enjoy.More information >
Knowledge exchanges in Iraq
PIN enhances food security and resilience of vulnerable women and men who returned to Salah al-Din and trains future trainers to support sustainable and climate-smart agriculture efforts, deliver needed information to families of farmers, and combat the region's new environmental challenges. Thanks to that, farmers learn to plant using less water, use water agriculture, plant crops not in its regular season, and fight the diseases and insects that affect their crops.More information >
In the Middle East, PIN assists the most vulnerable people in northern Syria and Iraq. We started working in Syria in 2013 as one of the first humanitarian organisations to respond to the crisis.
Last year alone we assisted 1,450,035 vulnerable people in Syria.
We started working in Iraq in 2003. Currently, our team focuses its efforts on education, livelihoods, WASH, and renewable energies in the governorates of Nineveh, Salah Al-Din, and Kirkuk, with the country’s main office located in Erbil.