Project #24004

Support Refugee Babies

by Support to Life (STL) Hayata Destek Dernegi


Over 2.7 million Syrian Refugees, displaced by the war, currently reside in Turkey. Every 2 people out this number, is under 6-years-old. Given all the challenges of trying to survive through the crisis, refugees' biggest support today is being able to live with their families. The newborns keep their hopes alive...
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The first born children of the families who came to Turkey as 'guests' once the conflict and the bombing started in Syria, are now 5-years-old. It is very hard to raise a child, moving from place to place in search of comfort and peace. It is also very difficult for a baby to get the care and attention they need as its parents are in search for a home.


We cannot give all the missing things to those children, who became refugees in their mothers' womb. However, we can support their flourishing new lives by providing the newborn refugee babies and their mother's with the necessary basic care and hygiene items they need. A baby care bag, including the necessary basic care and hygiene items, only costs $70.

Long-Term Impact

This one time support will allow the newborn babies to start their life with the baby products they need in order to keep them warm and comfortable. Join us and let's reach out to at least 200 newborn refugee babies together. Join us and let's reach out to at least 200 newborn refugee babies together.


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Organization Information

Support to Life (STL) Hayata Destek Dernegi

Location: Istanbul - Turkey
Website: http:/​/​​en/​
Project Leader:
Hayata Destek
Istanbul, Turkey
$7,216 raised of $14,000 goal
67 donations
$6,784 to go
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