Micro-Projects is a livelihood-support program which helps family providers who had either lost their livelihood during the war, or aspire to be a productive and financially independent part of the community by starting their own income generating business. By financing their micro-projects, Christian Hope Center is helping Christian families to have a sustainable source of income, through the provision of equipment, machinery and tools. This will eventually mitigate the economic harm caused by increasing poverty and insecurity, preserve their dignity, and alleviate the calamities of war and the economic crisis, which will ultimately preserve the existence of an active Christian community in Syria. In addition to the Micro-Projects supported in Cities of Aleppo, Homs and Damascus, the program also supports families who rely on agriculture as their principal source of income in rural Homs.


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Olive, Grape and Almond Seedlings


The burdens of living in a country that suffers from an economic crisis have forced many to work multiple jobs in order to meet the basic needs of their families.

Attah is a married man and father of two; George (19 years old) and Jessie (15 years old). He works in a restaurant, but unfortunately, it became an unreliable source of income even in addition to his work in farming.

This hardworking man used to grow barley, wheat, olive, almond, and grapes...


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Strawberry Seedlings


Bassel lives with his wife, their 12-year-old son, and his elderly father in Ozeir village, the hometown of many generations of the Jreij family.

Its geographic location on the Syrian/Lebanese borders made Ozeir's younger generation head to Lebanon to search for their own paths through life, and have different experiences from what their parents and grandparents had in their farm-based community. Bassel was no exception, in 2001 he headed to Lebanon and pursued a career in culinary work. It wasn't until 2019...


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Irrigation System


Although he lost 7 years of his life serving in the army, Elias tried very hard to compensate for those years and worked with enthusiasm to build up a new life from scratch. After finishing his service, he returned to his home village Maskaneh and stayed with his elderly parents who needed his help and support. 

Since his father's health and age no longer allow him to work in farming, the 32 year old took the responsibility of his family's land...


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Agricultural Vehicle


Afif is a hardworking farmer from Ozeir village, his land of olive trees and wheat has been the family's only source of livelihood for generations. He is the sole provider for his wife and three children who all work together in farming to ensure better crops. 

The family owns a tractor, which they use to plow the land but lately, covering the high costs of its maintenance has become a real challenge, mainly due to the expensive price of new tires,...


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