Kurdistan Reconstruction and Development Society

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About us

Kurdistan Reconstruction and Development Society "KURDS" is a humanitarian, non-governmental, non- political, non-Profiting and an independent community based and public utility Organization. KURDS is registered with Kurdistan region Government (KRG), as independent NGOs via the registration law no. 15. The first registration No is (2) dated 1991 and the second registration No. is 6006 dated August 10, 2002 due to the law No. 15 of 2001 Erbil – Iraq

KURDS NGO Mission Statement:

KURDS is a humanitarian, non-governmental, non-political, non-profiting and an independent community based and public utility organization. KURDS NGO is established in 1991 as an Iraqi NGO with Kurdistan Region Government (KRG) to respond to natural or man-made disasters to address its vital objectives, reconstruction of destroyed areas during the arbitrary wars and internal conflicts, develop the targeted communities via highlighting diverse issues of role of Law and access to justice, awareness programmes regarding health, education, women social and political rights, violence against women, gender equity in rights and duties and capacity building programmes Simultaneously KURDS aims to develop the socio-economic conditions and environment of targeting areas by coordinating amongst the national & international agencies and targeted communities in term of raising the needs and requirements to provide transitional development, emergency responses and relief assistance nationally to the beneficiaries.


Contact information

Date Founded: 14/09/1991

Government ID number: 6006

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Phone: +964(0)7504506118

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Nawroz Street - Gre Base Quarter, Dahuk, Dihok, 42001, Iraq

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