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Our Work

The team at Human Care Syria have the advantage of being Syrian, which helps us immensely when delivering our projects on the ground in Syria.

Addressing both the short term needs of the Syrian refugee crisis, and the long term issues that the war is creating in the region, our projects focus on providing emergency humanitarian and medical aid, but more importantly, long-term projects which can alleviate poverty and suffering through educating and empowering individuals.

Where we work

Human Care Syria is working throughout Syria in areas held by both parties, to distribute aid to Syrians who are most in need.

Being Syrians on the ground, we have the ability to easily adapt to the changing needs in the various areas we work in; to venture into areas which are deemed too dangerous for foreign workers of other NGOs; and to deliver long-term projects that are appropriate for the various communities in Syria.

Emergency Relief

Food Parcels Every individual has the right to eat at least one meal a day. Due to the on-going refugee crisis in Syria, tens of thousands of families have been denied access to the most basic of rights: food. With any crisis, market prices soar...

Child Development & Protection

When a family loses the first line of support the father or in worst cases both parents, not only does the child have to cope with the tragedy of losing someone very dear, but also the loss of a regular source of income, which provided them the...

Food Security

Care Bakeries With 13.5 million people in need of humanitarian assistance (As of October 2015 reliefwenb.int/OCHA), Human Care Syria has established two bakeries in the suburbs of Aleppo and Idlib supporting 3,000 families daily who have...

Rehabilitation

With the conflict prevailing throughout the country, hundreds of thousands of families have witnessed a humanitarian disaster before their eyes, many have lost members of their families, lost their homes and had to flee in search of safety in a...

Education

Care Schools Over the last three years, with your support, our teams on the ground have set a school in Kumlu Turkey that caters 600 students between the ages of 6- 15 years, and has 22 staff members. We have also established four schools inside...

Womens Hygiene and Sanitation

Our latest project has become an increasing necessity for Syrian women internally displaced and in Refugee Camps. The hygiene packs contain: sanitation towels, soap, deodorant, hair removal wax, toothpaste and a toothbrush. This project caught...

Surviving Winter Syria

SYRIA; one of the most dangerous places on the planet is preparing for another year of freezing weather and little resources to prepare for it. At Human Care Syria we have been assessing the needs of Syrians living in camps over the past 6 years....

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