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Zana A. Mamundy

Zana was born in Erbil as an Iraqi citizen in a Kurdish family. In 2008, he completed a BS in Physics from Salahaddin University and began teaching at Ishik Private School. In 2010, he joined the faculty at Ishik University.

He joined The Tiziano Project following a strong desire to document corruption within his country and to educate his fellow citizens. He will combine his background in science with the multimedia skills taught by The Tiziano Project to bring changes to his field.

"I will use the information to show the bad and good sides of my county's educational and scientific organizations and try to make them better."

Recent Reports

The Farmers of Mahkmour Struggle to Produce

By Zana A. Mamundy on Aug 11, 2010 | No Comments

Severe drought and smaller harvests make farming impossible in the region where agriculture began.

Remembering: The Fazil Family Joins the Kurdish Exodus of 1991

By Zana A. Mamundy on Jul 27, 2010 | No Comments

Rebin and Rebwar Fazil were 6 years old when the military forces of Saddam Hussein's regime attacked Kurdish cities in an attempt to take control of areas lost in the Kurdish revolt.

5 Questions for a News Editor in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Zana A. Mamundy on Jul 17, 2010 | No Comments

Hosheng Kerim struggles to stay independent and ethical when he edits daily news.

Brickmakers of Kurachy, Iraq

By Zana A. Mamundy on Jul 13, 2010 | No Comments

Outside Erbil, bricks are still being made as they were thousands of years ago.

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