Displaced and Away from Home
Can you imagine being away from home, from your bed, and from all of your belongings for ten entire years?
Ten years after the conflict began in Syria, 6 million Syrians are displaced – forever removed from their homes.
Hope Village Project
The village will provide displaced Syrian families with a renewed sense of stability, dignity, and a new place to call home.
The project offers families with their own houses, a mosque, a school for their children, Infrastructure and basic services like water, electricity, a mosque, a school for children, a hospital, businesses and green spaces to grow fruits and vegetables.
The school can welcome 480 students in a space that 720 square meters large. The space includes 8 classrooms, 6 washrooms (3 for boys, and 3 for girls), administrative rooms, a solar energy system to provide the school with energy, and all the school furniture and equipment required.
A masjid has been built in the centre of the community for social gatherings, Jumu’ah, five daily prayers, Taraweeh, and more. The masjid is central to the village and will tie the community together.
HOPE VILLAGE PROJECT: SYRIA
CHANGE A LIFE
How To Help?
Provide a family with a welcoming food pack to support them for a month
Contribute to the costs of building homes, a mosque, and a school
Build a home for a Syrian family and provide the appliances and furnishings
In The Field
Human Concern International’s staff, volunteers, and partners actively take photos of their time and their work in the field with our beneficiaries as they receive food baskets, medical care, warm meals, and more. To see the latest photos from the field, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
OUR STAFF COMMENTS
One of the best ways to make an impact in vulnerable communities is to empower men and women to gain relevant skills for employment, or to provide them with the resources needed to encourage entrepreneurship. Human Concern International provides vulnerable families with microfinancing, livestock, and access to training centres.