Iftar Syria 2017
Six years of conflict have had a devastating impact on Syria’s food security sector where an estimated 69% of the population live in poverty, while 35% live in extreme poverty. Many areas are still besieged and hunger remains a weapon that destroys civilian life alongside chemical weapons, bombardment and warplanes. Most of the Syrian family’s income is less than $2 per day.
Some of the rural areas in Idlib today are experiencing intensive air raids that have not been seen before, and the attacks of the regime are increasing and they are targeting civilians to leave dozens of dead and wounded daily.
We aim to provide hot and fresh meals with appetizers (yogurt or salad) to approximately 500 families living in rural Idlib.
RM40.00 per day
Target area: Around Damascus, Eastern Ghouta, Western Ghouta, Qalamoun and Arsal.
Target people: 500
Package content: Rice, cooking oil, lentils, tomato paste, sugar, pasta, peanuts, butter, cheese etc
RM270.00 per family
Eastern Ghouta, Damascus
RM90.00 per family