In the war-torn regions and amidst the remnants of conflicts, the tale of internal displacement weaves a tragic narrative, mirroring the anguish of countless innocent lives. In search of shelter that might restore a fragment of their shattered security, they navigate the shadows of uncertainty.
In collaboration between WATAN and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), hundreds of families find settlement in the Idlib countryside, after establishing temporary shelter centers in Mashhad, Ruhin, and Maarat Misrin. These centers are equipped with fundamental amenities, presenting a protective haven for countless vulnerable families and ensuring food security for families in distress.
Acknowledging the psychological and social dimensions of this crisis is pivotal. Protection teams dedicate substantial efforts to offer initial psychological and social support, particularly to children, amid these trying times. The overarching objective is to provide the necessary assistance in overcoming the psychological impact of the crisis, and rebuilding hope in the hearts of the displaced.
Further, WATAN teams in the city of Jindires in the Aleppo countryside, where hundreds of families find themselves without shelter, erected tents equipped with essential amenities to ensure secure refuge for these displaced individuals.
In conclusion, international cooperation and solidarity in supporting individuals confronting hardships and crises is imperative and embodies our universal values.