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.

January 23, 2022

“There used to be many water wells in our village. Our forefathers also did peace work. After them we started. 50 years ago, we brought water to ash and we continued this work. For the past 35 years we have been building on the water tap. Everything we do is natural. The corners here are free of fertilizer. We open them here, wash them and fry them on the fire. With the power of water, we also make tea. There is nothing to do with electricity here. Everything is natural. Things that existed before and were good for human health are just that. We raised 14 children with this job. We make up to 120 pounds a day and sell it for 35 pounds a kilo. Those who receive from us are very pleased. “Because it is close to the Xebur gate, people who go to the border gate leave from here.”