(AINA) -- The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization (HHRO) formed a Joint Relief Team with Christian Solidarity International (CSI) and visited the displaced families from Mosul and Baghdede (Qaraqosh). They distributed relief aide, including food baskets, milk and infant formula, household items and other essential needs.
Mr. Louis Marques, Vice President of the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization (HHRO), and Mr. William Warda, Public Relations Officer, and a number HHRO members contributed to the relief efforts.
HHRO expressed its commitment to make available all its capabilities and resources in partnering with Iraqi humanitarian organizations and international relief organizations to assist the displaced families.
HHRO is recognized for providing aid and relief to all Iraqi families irrespective of their religion, sect or nation.
HHRO is a NGO based in Baghdad, Iraq. It monitors the human rights situation in Iraq, particularly of minorities such as Assyrians, Turkmen, Yazidis and Shabak. Founded in 2005, HHRO works for human rights observation and documentation, in addition to implementation of humanitarian relief in Iraq.
HHRO works with various Iraqi and international institutions on variety of issues.
HHRO publishes annual reports on Human Rights situations focusing on Minorities. In 2013, HHRO was recognized and awarded as the best NGO by the United States State Department for its major achievements in the most difficult situations for the year 2012 in Baghdad.