On the Road to Reconstruction with Imprint of Hope

Since it was founded, Imprint of Hope has painted hundreds of blast walls across Baghdad. 

It has swelled to more than 370 volunteers from a range of backgrounds, including students, carpenters, iron-smiths, artists and doctors. 

In addition to decorating the city’s walls, Imprint of Hope also paints orphanages, nurseries and public buildings, including a children’s cancer hospital. 

Last December for Christmas, Imprint of Hope painted the Our Lady of Salvation Catholic Church, which was heavily damaged in a 2010 terror attack. 

They also painted murals on the blast walls, that were set up to protect the church from further attacks.

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