Our organisation focuses on providing psychological and social support to war victims, regardless of nationality, gender, or age. Additionally, we trains them for vocational entry into the job market, raise awareness about their medical, legal, and political rights, and finally, conduct advocacy campaigns to support their causes.
The War Made me Stronger Initiative
We support communities from:
Advocacy and campaigning, Vocational training
"We've had a profound impact on war survivors by effecting change and breaking down barriers of isolation and fear. We advocate for their issues and pressure local organisations to include them in future projects."
The War Made me Stronger Initiative on Taking The Lead
Why is the Taking The Lead network important to you?
"Taking the Lead allows us to connect with other initiatives and benefit from their experiences. We'll have a platform to share advocacy for war survivors, expanding our reach from our small community to the broader world. This is an opportunity to be an influential leader, to convey ideas and beliefs, and to press society to support the cause."
With more funding and resources, our organisation could...
"focus on continuity, sustainability, and the ongoing development of our projects."
A shift from negative to positive narratives about refugees would lead to...
"amplifying refugee voices globally and bring about change in their personal and professional lives."
If refugees could influence decisions that affect them, it would mean...
"changing the world's perception of refugees from being burdensome to being productive and influential individuals."
OUR VISION FOR THE FUTURE