Millions of homes have been damaged and destroyed in Syria, and about 13 million people have been displaced from their homes.
More than 6.9 million people are still displaced inside Syria, and 5.9 million of those people need help to secure safe shelter.
As fighting within the country continues, the need for adequate shelter only increases. With no end in sight to Syria’s conflict and escalating humanitarian crisis, it’s essential to provide holistic support to these vulnerable communities. The country’s ongoing violence only makes adequate shelter more essential. It is crucial to offer comprehensive support to these vulnerable populations.
We provide shelter, water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), well rehabilitation, and health aid to IDPs in Aleppo, where a large number of them are housed in makeshift shelters. WASH aid involves fixing the water, sewage, and sanitation systems in classrooms and communities while also providing the locals with the tools they need to keep the systems up to date. Additionally, we provided empowerment programs for nearby communities.
In 2021, we helped 1,097 people find shelter, rebuilt 600 shelters, and distributed 497 tents.
Most Recent Projects:
- Heater/fuel distributions to IDPs
- House rehabilitation/NFI distribution
- House/shelter rehabilitation
- Housing unit construction
- Shelter Renovation