Campaign 152

Rahaf and Ghazi

Your donation transforms their reality
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Required Amount 7004
Paid 7004
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  Started on 09/07/2019
  Finished
Rahaf and Ghazi are two homeless children who were transferred with their families to the place in the picture. Their family and 25 other families live in a tragic situation, in building that was originally a school, which was bombed several times and is uninhabitable. The purpose of this campaign is to renovate the school and provide some basic necessities for the families. Your donations will transform their miserable realities.

Number of Donors 111

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Campaign updates

 10 months ago


we recently shared the story of 20 families in Saraqib, who live in a destroyed school. Our volunteers started helping the families by renovating the school’s walls and installing doors and windows.
Through your donations, the volunteers will continue this work until the shelter becomes inhabitable 🙏💙


 year ago


Campaign no. 152 has been added by the Humanitarian Relief Section.


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About us

Molham Volunteering Team is a NPO registered in Germany, France, Turkey, Jordan, Sweden, Norway and Canada, brought together by a group of Syrian students. It aims at providing aid to internally displaced persons in Syria and Syrian refugees living in camps of the neighboring countries.

Contact us

60/08 avenue Marc Sangnier 59370 Mons en Baroeul , France

Gazi muhtar başa Blv. Tersan iş Merkezi Kat:2 No:9 Şehitkamil , Gaziantep Turkey

Gardens Street Abu Laila building Office 501 , Amman Jordan

+33 670052387 (France)
+49 15213655451 (Germany)
+90 5385129709 (Turkey)
+96 2795501305 (Jordan)