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Widespread conflict has impacted on every corner of Syria over the past six years causing over 5 million Syrians to flee to neighbouring countries of Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt, as well as an estimated 6.5 million to be internally displaced, leaving their homes, livelihoods, schools and way of life. Those internally displaced face major issues in accessing shelter, food, health care, education and essential non-food items and suffer from severe physical and psychosocial trauma. The ongoing conflict has disrupted the economic stability of the country placing additional burdens on the entire population.



  • Nestor Mogollon's Visit to Damascus

    Nestor Mogollon, the Monitoring and Evaluation Director from ADRA International, made a field trip Damascus from June 5-10, 2017.  During his stay, Nestor was able to visit Jeremana and 5 to 6 apartments that were rehabilitated through the Initiatives for Transitional Assistance for Shelter (ITAS) project.  While there, he inspected the quality of workmanship, interviewed beneficiaries… Read More »

  • ADRA MENA Regional Director visits Syria

    Günther Wallauer, the ADRA MENA regional director visited Syria from May 15-17, 2017.  Mr. Günther toured the office, met with the ADRA Syria staff and had a very good meeting with the President of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), Engineer Khaled Hboubati.  The Regional Director was impressed with the enthusiasm, dedication and professionalism of the ADRA… Read More »

  • Site visit to Jeremana and Harjella

    The ADRA Syria Country Director, Program Director and three Project Manager made a site visit to Jeremana and Harjella, Rural Damascus today to meet with beneficiaries, local authorities, contractors and shelter managers. Read More »