Thank you for your often less publicized yet powerful contributions to take care of us from all fears ways that have kept us strong for ever.
Women’s are the basis of every great achievement.
Aisha Ramadan, is one of our beneficiaries of our project of: “Improving the self-subsistence for women headed Households and the resilience of children in the midst of conflict. Multi-field action of agricultural income generating activities and psychological support in the rural area of Idleb”.
She is a displaced woman with her three dumb children from the countryside of Idleb. Her husband passed away since 6 years ago in the Syrian Regime detention centers.
Sabah is still trying to make a good live for her dumb children. After a long journey of displacement and difficult financial conditions, she to prove to the whole world that women are able to work and achieve despite all harsh conditions are facing women in Syria.
We are with her today to congratulate her on International Women’s Day, to thank her for her patience and perseverance in raising her children.
We want everyone to do the best for those women in Syria.
Eilaf Al-Ali is one of our field MEAL team’s members in Syria.
She works with team to Monitor and Evaluate the most equitable and comprehensive services and needs of vulnerable women headed households.
We congratulate Eilaf and all women on the occasion of International Women’s Day and all the women who have vowed their lives to give others in order to sow smiles after bitterness and misery.
Zanoun Al-Aoush, is one of our beneficiaries of our project of: “Improving the self-subsistence for women headed Households and the resilience of children in the midst of conflict. Multi-field action of agricultural income generating activities and psychological support in the rural area of Idleb”.
She is a displaced woman with her 5 children from the Hama countryside, her husband has been missing in the prisons of the Syrian regime since 5 years.. She used to work as a daily worker during the seasons of crop harvest.The painful journey of displacement, which still ongoing since many years, did not discourage her from the determination to raise her children or abandon them one day, despite of all difficulties after losing her husband.
We were able to reward her by giving her to an Green House with agriculture input to work near her residence.
Today we want to congratulate her on the occasion of International Women’s Day and to remain determined to stay and protect her children.
Samia Khalil is one of our protection team’s members who takes care of children’s affairs, especially those affected by the ongoing war in Syria.
You see her among the children as she is one of them, drawing smiles on the faces of these and those to prove to them that tomorrow is more beautiful.
We congratulate Samia and all women on International Women’s Day for out contribution to make a smile on her face in return for her efforts to help children.