Support Student Mental Health in Northern Syria

by Masarat Initiative
Support Student Mental Health in Northern Syria


Our goal is to support and enhance the abilities of students in Northern Syria who have been affected by armed conflict and the multiple challenges they face due to poverty, early marriage, and painful displacement. Through this campaign, we aim to provide support to 100 students who are facing psychological and social challenges following the tragic events they have witnessed, enabling them to overcome these obstacles and build a brighter future.

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Studies highlight the psychological and social damages caused by the ongoing conflict in Syria, as well as poverty, displacement, and early marriage on children and youth. Many suffer from feelings of sadness, fear, and despair, along with sleep problems. Numerous individuals experience isolation and social withdrawal, making it difficult for them to engage with their surroundings and build a stable future


At Masarat, we offer a range of services aimed at addressing the challenges faced by Syrian students. Through our Student Activities Program, we aim to discover talents, boost self-confidence, improve teamwork skills, and broaden horizons. This comprehensive support is designed to help students excel in both their personal and academic lives.

Long-Term Impact

Through these efforts, we hope to see these students become successful and productive individuals in their communities, rebuilding with confidence and hope. Student activities are not merely for entertainment; they are a genuine tool for change, reshaping the future of these students and ensuring a better and brighter life for them


Organization Information

Masarat Initiative

Location: Gaziantep, 27 - Turkey
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @masaratsyria
Project Leader:
ِAbdulrazak Madi
Gaziantep , 27 Turkey

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