As winter nears, forcibly displaced refugees in Syria, especially widowed women with young children, face severe challenges. Severe cold, lack of funding, harsh living conditions, and skills deficits compound their challenges. This campaign aims to provide winter essentials (fuel for heating, winter clothing) for 70 widowed women with their children, and conduct cultural and social awareness training for these women, promoting education and employment to improve their and their children's lives.
As winter approaches, the suffering of Syrian displaced people, particularly in camps, intensifies annually due to severe cold.The most vulnerable are widowed women with young children who lack winter clothing.Challenges include funding shortages, harsh living conditions, absence of providers, and a lack of skills and degrees for widowed women.These challenges underscore the urgent need for support and donations to ensure the well-being and survival of these vulnerable individuals during winter.
Providing heating fuel and children's clothing for 70 families, each composed of a widowed mother and 3 children. This totals 70 widowed mothers and 210 orphaned children as beneficiaries. In addition, awareness lectures will be conducted for mothers over two months, with an average of 8 lectures per week, facilitated by trainers in social sciences and psychology. These lectures aim to emphasize the importance of education and self-improvement for both mothers and their children.
Provide winter essentials for 70 families, including heating fuel and warm clothing to alleviate their suffering during the harsh winter. Enhance widowed mothers' intellectual awareness through expert-led training to improve their social and parenting skills. Raise awareness about the urgent need for winter clothing among displaced refugees in camps and emphasize the importance of support. Secure sufficient funding to sustain the campaign throughout the winter season