Humans of Kurdistan
The "Humans Of Kurdistan" project aims to present the cultural diversity of the country. A look at the faces but also the stories that lie behind each of them.

November 14, 2020

“I had just graduated college studying nursery, I started working at a COVID19 testing center. I got a phone call while I was busy conducting a test for a woman, I never answer phone calls while on the job, but I had a bad feeling that day, as if I was waiting for someone to deliver bad news. I answered the phone and someone told me to get to the hospital immediately, my father had gotten worse. My father had been in a hospital for 8 months, we were waiting for him to get better. When I got the news, the phone fell from my hands, I wished the lady a good health and went out. I went to the hospital quickly, and went in through the emergency door where my father was, I saw my mother with her white hair screaming and hitting her chest, I understood that my father had passed away, and I was late. I want to continue working, and continually watch the patients who have had a stroke. I am sad to see all these years come and go without my father.”