Human Appeal is a UK registered charity working tirelessly around the world. With a presence in 25 countries spanning Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe, they help in times of crisis and they deliver sustainable development programmes in the poorest nations.
Human Appeals emergency work helps to support the basic needs of those most vulnerable in countries experiencing emergencies as a result of conflict, natural and man-made disasters. 4 years on and the humanitarian crisis in Syria is escalating. Millions of people are trapped in rapidly deteriorating circumstances lacking even the basic needed to survive, including food, water, shelter, hygiene facilities and health care. Plus 2 million children are no longer in school.
|Syria Emergency Relief | Education Project|
Over 10 million syrians are displaced since the crisis began in Syria; with over 1.5 million refugees in Turkey alone. Many of those most affected and vulnerable are children. Conflict in Syria has caused widespread damage to civilian infrastructure, in particular to school facilities. Reports indicate that across Syria more than 1,500 school are occupied by armed forces or used as collective shelters and over 3,000 have been damaged by the conflict.
2 million children are no longer in school
A huge percentage of children are out of school and desperately need therapeutic support to process the effects of violence they have suffered or witnessed.
To provide children with access to education and resources, improve their well-being and future life opportunities.
Specific activities include: refurbish a 7 classroom school building; identify students, recruit, train and manage teachers; provide a school kit (key items) for each child, psycho- social support and recreational activities for children (painting, singing, weaving, sports).
We plan to provide access to education for as many youngsters as we can, improving their well-being and future opportunities.
Total project value £100,000 approx
Beneficiaries (est. numbers and type) Approx 400 children aged 9 to 18 years and teachers/ school staff
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