Campaign 238

Molham School for Orphans - Idlib

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Required Amount 30000
Paid 25151
Left 4849
  Started on 09/11/2020
  Not Funded
There are 180 children who go to this school. Some of them are double orphans, and some of them work after school in order to help out their poor families. One of these children is Ahmad, an orphaned child who sells biscuits after school to help his mother in paying rent. Another is Asma, who lost her parents siblings because of bombardment on Aleppo. She was displaced into Idlib, where she lives with her grandmother in dire conditions. Another case is Sham, who has never seen her father, as he has been detained before she was born. Similarly, Hammoud lost his father and siblings because of bombardment on Aleppo. He was displaced with his mother into Idlib. And there is also Kamal, who lost his parents and lives with grandmother, who as no means to provide any of his needs By giving $25 a month, you can sponsor the education of a child and provide them with school supplies By giving $50 a month, you can sponsor a child and provide their basic needs as well as educational needs.

Number of Donors 100

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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)