Protecting the most vulnerable

 People with disabilities. Survivors with war-related injuries. Children without guardians. Female-headed households. Displaced populations. These are our most marginalised groups, and they are all at the heart of our protection programme.

Reaching out across Syria

Our mobile multidisciplinary teams (physiotherapists, social workers and nurses) reach out to people without access to regular health services. We have a proven record of supporting women and children.

Enhancing self-confidence

Our teams organise sporting activities for injured civilians under the banner of ‘I Can’, advocating the value of peer support in improving individuals’ psychosocial states. This helps people discover their potential, exchange experiences, and share successful positive motivational examples.

Extending protection

Our umbrella of protection extends to conducting important risk awareness sessions for adults and children. We also support the most vulnerable Syrian refugees living in Turkey.