More than 10 years of war has devastated Syria and its people.
Now, more than ever, Syrian survivors are in need of your help. Living in abject poverty, with limited access to daily necessities, 14.6 million Syrians are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance.
Beleaguered by already limited employment opportunities, tragic losses of main breadwinners to war, and now wracked by an earthquake claiming the lives of more than 1,500 people and counting, survivors are left in dire need without financial stability, sustenance or shelter.
Human Aid & Advocacy are providing homes to the largest internally displaced population in the world.
“Dar al-Khair” or ‘The Abode of Goodness’ is a housing project aiming to rehome Syrian IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons) from the Idlib region. Many of these survivors have been displaced multiple times.
Our housing project is designed to provide homes to those most vulnerable, particularly orphans, widows and their families, in a safe environment, allowing our Syrian survivors to rebuild their lives. Your donation will go towards building ‘Dar al-Khair’, including recreational facilities and a community centre to assist with essential psycho-social rehabilitation.
You can help Syrian orphans and widows to rebuild their lives and recover from the trauma of war and disaster.
Your donation could be the building block of change that our Syrian survivors so desperately need.
Donate today to provide shelter and security to widows and orphans in Syria.
£3000 - 1 fully furnished home