From Baghdad to the Plain of Nineveh, from Kurdistan to Mt. Sinjar—wherever the Iraqi people have been persecuted for their Christian faith and experienced suffering, American FRRME is providing comfort and aid for these marginalized refugees and other religious minorities.
The American Foundation for Relief & Reconciliation in the Middle East (American FRRME) was founded in 2009 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to promote reconciliation, provide relief efforts, advance human rights and seek an end to sectarian violence in the Middle East. Although autonomous, American FRRME has been associated with Mosaic Middle East for implementing projects.
American FRRME provides humanitarian assistance, health care and education to those who have fled persecution and genocide, including Christians, Yazidis, Shabak and others throughout the Middle East and supports the operations and outreach efforts of St. George’s Anglican Church in Baghdad, Iraq. We are also working to rebuild lives and restore hope through advocacy and long-term investment in the region.
Iraqi refugees in Jordan enjoy a rooftop meal with American FRRME staff and board members.
To model Christ’s love for all by providing relief, comfort and aid to displaced Iraqi Christians in Iraq and Jordan, by encouraging and facilitating their return home, and by supporting the compassion ministries of Saint George’s Church in Baghdad.
A Middle East that flourishes in an atmosphere of reconciliation and mutual respect between all faith groups.