The Iraqi Women’s League

The Iraqi Women’s League

The Iraqi Women’s League was originally established in 1952 but was based in Northern Iraq between 1991 and 2003. It opened its Baghdad Office after the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime and currently has about 800 members in Baghdad and an additional 400 members in other governorates. It is operating a small medical clinic and a small legal clinic in its office and is working on a number of women’s issues. In cooperation with Tammuz, it has also implemented an income generation project for poor women.