Kurdish organization donates 500 sets of Kurdish dress to special needs people

A Kurdish organization has prepared 500 sets of Kurdish clothing for people with special needs and it began with thalassemia patients.


Rashmal Organization for Culture and Social Awareness has prepared 500 sets of men and women Kurdish clothes for people with special needs as part of its agenda for this year.


The Rashmal Organization has begun its work with thalassemia patients, where 150 thalassemia patients from girls and boys were given sets of Kurdish clothes.


The Organization begins its works with the beginning of anniversaries and occasions every year and with the coming of spring and Newroz (Kurdish new year) celebrations the organization decided to begin its activities.



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