Our primary interest is aiding Christians through financing their
own micro-projects that would provide them with income to preserve their dignity
and alleviate the calamities of the crisis.
The team at Hope Center reviews and evaluates the projects and the extent to which the applicant has planned for his/her idea. If accepted, the center starts providing funds for the project to initiate.
Besides aiding Christians in need, this initiative aims for reviving the city of Aleppo that has lost most of its economic structure.
Every day, we meet strong women with difficult circumstances, but despite their situations, they have chosen to empower others and push forward.
One of them is Noura Razzouq, born in 1996, married to Elian Almasaad, and a mother of a 3-year-old girl called Myriam.
After their marriage, Noura and Elian worked together for their living expenses and to secure a decent life for their child but due to the difficult economic situation, they kept facing one obstacle after another and Noura stood...
It was a miracle for Syrians to pass the last ten years of the crisis, many people were affected and only some could survive, such as our beneficiary Nazha Alqutami.
Nazha is 53 years old, divorced, with two daughters and a son. She suffered a lot during the war in Syria, her brother was kidnapped and his whereabouts stayed unknown. At the age of 18, her daughter Maria was diagnosed with "Budd Chiari Syndrome" which causes liver damage and her treatment was...
When we want to talk about strong will in life, Tamim Qablan is the perfect living example, this 35-years-old young man is single and living with his parents in a modest apartment in Altabaleh. He suffered from polio since his childhood, which led to paralysis of the lower extremities but that didn't stop him from working hard day and night to support himself and his family.
Moreover, God gave him an artistic talent in graving copper, wood, and wax, which he...
Rania Sekareih, who is a 48-year-old woman, married with three children, is the true example of women’s power in Syria.
Rania plays many roles in her kids’ lives, the mother, the father, the tutor, and sometimes the friend. Her son, George is in the third year of architecture engineering college; he works after college to afford the expenses of his study, his mother is his biggest supporter. Her daughters Rozet and Jessica are still in school and need a lot of...