Since 2011, Syria has been the scene of an armed conflict. The civilian population is constantly threatened with air-raids and attacks, and the situation is getting worse and worse. Access to clean water and food is very limited. The long-standing conflict has brought about a considerable deterioration in the standard of living. Most Syrians have fled their homes in search of safe shelter.

The mass displacement and the ongoing military operations have resulted in most Syrians being in a desperate need of humanitarian aid. They have no chance of finding a job. They cannot provide the bare essentials (clean water, food, warm clothes, and shelter) either for themselves or for their families.


We have been operating in Syria since 2013, and in 2014 we established a permanent mission there. We provide humanitarian aid in the provinces of Idlib and Aleppo. One of the mission’s chief objectives is to provide help to internal migrants who are fleeing from the conflict in search of safe shelter.

An important part of our activities is providing access to clean water. In Syria, we deliver water in tanker lorries to IDP camps. We build pumping stations, latrines and hand-washing stations. We make sure that good sanitary conditions are maintained: we remove waste and rubbish and we distribute dustbins. We also supply hygiene kits containing the most important products. People who need it the most, receive food baskets and kits for micro-garden cultivation.

In December 2016, the evacuation of eastern Aleppo hit the headlines throughout the world. Tens of thousands of people were evacuated from the city over a very short period of time. An emergency humanitarian response was needed. We provided immediate aid to the people reaching IDP camps. We built latrines, hand-washing stations and new water pumping stations. The newcomers received food baskets and hygiene kits. Due to unstable, changing situation needs are still great. We continue activities in more than 50 IDP camps till now.




Factsheet Syria. Updated: 09/2018

2018/2019 – SYRIA – WATER

Project duration: 01.11.2018 – 31.05.2019

Location: Idleb region, Syria

Donor: OCHA


Our activities have been addressed to people who were forced to abandon their homes as a result of the armed conflict on the territories of Idleb, Hama, and Ghuta. We carry out activities centered around access to water, sanitary infrastructure, and hygiene in IDPs camps. We create new water tanks, we supply water with water trucks, and we provide monitoring of water quality. We take care of the construction and maintenance of adequate sanitation. This project also includes activities consisting of maintaining hygiene promotion, distribution of hygiene packs, and waste management within the IDPs camps. As a result, aid will be provided to 40 913 people.
2018/2019 – Syria – Water

Project duration: 01.07.2018 – 30.06.2019

Location: Idleb, Hama, Aleppo, Syria

DonorNorwegian Church Aid (NCA)

The project scope includes a wide range of activities related to safe water access and adequate sanitation.  We build, repair and maintain water supply networks, water tanks and stations, provide water generators and panel. This project also entails good hygiene promotion. Impact: 113 799 people.
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