The idea of this project is sending relief containers from Malaysia to Syria by shipping by sea and then reaching Syria via Turkey. These containers contain clothes that the Malaysians donate to their brothers in Syria instead of disposing them. The organization's team sorts and wraps them. In addition to sending relief and medical materials that some merchants donate to help newly displaced families who do not have shelter. The slogan of this project ((Someone needs what you don’t wear)) Through this project, we aim to provide clothes for those who cannot afford buying for their children in the camps The number of containers sent from Malaysia to Syria reached 16 containers. While the number of beneficiaries for each container reached nearly 13,000 families in need. Project implementation place: Refugee camps in northern Syria (Idlib - Aleppo - Hama)
The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "He who provides a fasting person something with which to break his fast, will earn the same reward as the one who was observing the fast, without diminishing in any way the reward of the latter." [At-Tirmidhi] In the light of the hadith of the Messenger of Allah-PBUH-, (Pertubuhan Peduli Insan Malaysia) launched Ramadan Iftar project to alleviate the suffering of the Syrian refugees in camps who can hardly find something to feed their children in the normal days, so how harder it is in Ramadan! After the visit of our team to Syria and seeing a number of severe humanitarian cases, hunger and extreme poverty, there we had to prepare 7 kitchens distributed in different areas inside Syria Each kitchen produces more than 3500 iftar meals daily for the displaced, the poor and orphans. Project implementation place: Camps in northern Syria, (Idlib - Aleppo) countrysides. Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon (Arsal) The number of beneficiaries of this project every year is approximately 85,000 families.
It is one of the seasonal projects for the winter, during which (Pertubuhan Peduli Insan Malaysia) provides winter assistance to the displaced and the poor in Syrian camps to alleviate their suffering, as the temperature there reaches -5 c, which exposes children and the elderly to severe illness and sometimes to death due to the absence of health care there. (Pertubuhan Peduli Insan Malaysia) is working through this project to provide: (heating oil, diesel - winter clothing - blankets - food parcels- heaters) The number of beneficiaries of this project annually reaches approximately 126,000 people, displaced and refugees, most of them children, women and those with special needs. Project implementation place: Camps in northern Syria, (Idlib - Aleppo) countrysides. Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon (Arsal)
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To the poor inside and outside the country and to refugees suffering from war or disaster.