Reconstruction in Syria

Syria – Assistance for the most vulnerable and reconstruction

Reconstruction Syria - Poverty
90% of the Syrian population lives below the poverty line.
Reconstruction Syria - humanitarian aid
13.4 million Syrians are dependent on humanitarian aid.
Reconstruction Syria - families flees
Around half of the population have fled their homes.

It is ten years since the Syrian conflict began. For a decade, families have been forced to flee their homes, losing their loved ones and struggling to survive. According to United Nations estimates, there are more than 13.4 million people in Syria that need humanitarian assistance.

The victims are predominantly the most vulnerable in the population: children, women, and the elderly. Approximately 45 percent of Syrians (6.1 million people) have been displaced from their homes, and about 5.6 million of these have fled to foreign countries; the remainder are in their homes but still struggling with the effects of conflict, high prices, and shortages of fuel and electricity.  

The focus of our work

Together with Tearfund England, we are working to give people in need in Syria a new perspective, hope, and livelihood. We achieve this through water and hygiene projects, trauma recovery, and vocational training for children, youth, and adults in poor communities.

  • Reconstruction Syria - Damaged houses
  • Reconstruction Syria - Lonely child
  • Reconstruction Syria - Damaged walls
  • Reconstruction Syria - Families need our support
Reconstruction Syria - children of nabila

“The windows were blown out and the doors were smashed. The rooms were black from the flames and there was a smell of smoke everywhere. Everything was taken from us.”

Nabila and her children lost their home to the war in Syria. We were able to provide them with basic necessities. Many more families need support.

Projects in Syria

Reconstruction Syria - support for our partner

Juvenile Justice Project (work with underaged prisoners) 

  • Providing practical and psychosocial support for teenagers and young people in prison (e.g. food and hygiene supplies, recreational activities) 
  • Strengthening and accompanying families
  • Family reunification 
Water tank - Reconstruction Syria

Vocational training and community centres support project 

  • Individual support with education and advanced vocational training 
  • Remedial education lessons
  • Psychosocial support
  • Awareness campaigns to prevent violence against women

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