Students of design department at Baghdad university donate their graduate projects funds to the displaced families in Jamila
Twenty students of the department of graphic design at the college of fine arts, university of Baghdad donated their graduate projects funds to help the displaced families who came from provinces where the military operations against criminal coward gangs “ISIS” happening in a move that kindled the feelings of national belonging, the spirit of love, brotherhood and unity among people. Students visited the displaced families in Jamila, east of Baghdad with the support and encouragement of the deanery and professors at the department. Dr. Ghada al-Ameli, instructor at the college stated that “this move indicated that every student at the department is a civil society organization, for their noble and blessed efforts that eased the suffering of the displaced families through distribution of food and medicine with their gradate projects funds (2 million dinars and this experience represents a kernel can be built upon and developed and extended to their families that would contribute to bring relief to those displaced people and alleviate their suffering”. For their part, the students stated that this step had inflamed their sense of national belonging, made them more relevant to their nation and people, stressed on the Iraqi unit without distinction on grounds of nationality, religion or sect. One of the students Sura Adnan” stated that “the tragic conditions of the displaced people are heartbreaking that requires more than words or verbal attitudes”.