Molham Volunteering Team

About Our Team

In 2012, Molham Team was founded by a group of dedicated Syrian university students - young men and women who sensed the suffering of fellow Syrians who became refugees in neighbouring countries; namely Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey. They refused to remain idle in the face of tragedy, and were determined to lend a helping hand to refugees and to alleviate their pain. Using every resource available to them, the volunteers have been striving to secure necessities, such as food, shelter, and medication to Syrians in need.

Following the relentless escalation of the Syrian conflict, the humanitarian crisis reached unprecedented levels, and the numbers of forcibly displaced Syrians multiplied rapidly within Syria and abroad. In response, Molham Team expanded and assumed a larger role in the field of humanitarian aid and development. The Team now includes over 300 volunteers from all around the world, who work together, day and night, to ensure that aid is delivered to Syrians in need, as well as approximately 70 employees based in the areas of operations.

Today, Molham Team is proud to have consummated its achievements in the charitable, humanitarian field by establishing a nonprofit organization bearing its name, based in Turkey, and has legal status and offices in Germany, Sweden, and Canada. Through this organization, Molham Volunteering Team aims at developing a solid institutional framework to its humanitarian work, independent of any political orientation or partisanship. Such institutionalization and independence solidifies the trust of the Team’s supporters and enables the organization to evolve in accordance with international standards of charitable work.

About us

Molham Volunteering Team is a nonprofit, charitable organization founded in 2012 in Jordan, by a group of then university students. It aims at providing aid to internally displaced and refugee Syrians in northern Syria and neighbouring countries. The organization is registered in several countries around the world, including: Germany, Canada and Sweden.