- 250 Blankets
- 100 Food Parcels
- 100 Kitchen Equipment
Gift of the Givers distributes heating equipment, clothing, blankets and food to Syrian IDP'S in Idlib province.
200 beneficiaries received Rice, Sugar, Tea, Cooking Oil, Tomato sauce, Winter Clothes from the Gift of the Givers team at the Kaifon camp in Idlib, Syria. The camp is in the area where photojournalist Shiraaz Mahomed was abducted to before his drivers were set free.
Total Project Value: R68 317.56.
260 pupils in Azzof Camp, Syria received stationery packs from Gift of the Givers.
Total Project Value: R13 284.80.
Given the increasing patient load and the numerous attempts by the Assad Government to bomb the Gift of the Givers Ar Rahma Hospital it was decided to have a second hospital as a backup facility. The Turkish Red Crescent generously donated a 1 million USD Field Hospital to Gift of the Givers. This hospital is fully managed by the Ar Rahma Hospital team, is also inside Syria and about 8km away butRead more
Mobile Primary Health Care in various refugee camps and villages is another facet of our services inside Syria. During heavy bombing of civilian areas trauma medical teams are deployed from Ar Rahma Hospital to assist medical teams in the areas of bombing.
Preparation and Distribution of Food Parcels all over Syria including Aleppo before the evacuation. Many families prefer cooking in their own camp/home/shack in privacy as that's the only dignity they currently have.Read more
45 families from Aleppo IDP'S in Syria received the ffg aid from Gift of the Givers:
- Kitchen Equipment
- Mattresses and Pillows
- Cooking Oil
- Tomato Sauce
- Winter Clothing
200 boxes of kitchen equipment distributed to a camp in the Aljamiliyya area in Darkoush.
Total Project Value: R80 080.80
At the Albunyan Almarsoos camp where 6800 people reside, Gift of the Givers distributed:
- Woolen Hats for Men and Children
- Clothing for Women
- Tubular Stoves
- Biscuits and Chocolate for 100 Kids
This was established next to the Primary Health Care Facility, is self sustaining and is a place to "relax" and "unwind". The medical team are witnesses to trauma 24/7, seven days a week and need some form of "release". The patients and their families have lived through 6 years of war and are equally dependent on this facility which has a huge psychological and emotionally calming effect.
Feeding is paramount in a war situation. A land was purchased and a Feeding Centre constructed. Meals are prepared daily for patients, their families, the medical teams, refugees and on occasions taken to orphanages and other facilities.