Ghiras Al-Nahda organization has been working on several campaigns annually to support specific sectors during emergencies in Syria in the past eight years.
Our emergency response to the dire needs in areas that are exposed to humanitarian disasters as a result of bombing or displacement, or those that are exposed to severe emergency weather conditions.
Below some of the campaigns we did since 2011
Roads are blocked, Snow is falling, and wind is blowing strong..Refugees in the camps are cold and hungry with no access to bakeries.
Ghiras Al-Nahda team went tent to tent to deliver bread to them
On the initiative and cooperation of Sham Schools, with the aim of inculcating the values of participation, helping others and feeling their tragedies, and appreciating the blessings of God through helping our families in the camps by donating money and winter clothes. Ghiras Al-Nahda team accompanied us to visit Al-Ihsan School in the Syrian north camps where we handed over all contributions to the school administration so they in their turn distribute it to the students. Our students distributed a small gift to their brothers in the school and exchanged friendly expressions.
The number of the contributers in the campaign was 175 students and staff of Al-Sham Model School, and the number of beneficiaries reached 490 children from Al-Ihsan School in Atma camp.
322 pieces of clothing ,19 winter jacket , 2 blankets, 2 shoes and 225$ were distributed
Because the cold blue hands are not meant for their small hands .. Ghiras Al-Nahda and under their campaign (Hat and Coat) reached a school in Northern Syria to deliver Heating fuel and devices, in addition to scarfs, hats and coats.
Because a healthy life is a human right, and because our goal is to improve their living conditions, Ghiras Al-Nahda in corporation with CanDo launched (Give health, Give life) campaign in several camps in Northern Syria to distribute more than 800 health kits for families there.
Children walking to their school, a scene that might look familiar, but if you looked down to these crowded steps walking toward school gate, you will see what’s not familiar, you will see their torn shoes, worn slippers … or even completely barefoot in the cold winter and frost. A pair of shoes to warm feet might be a normal thing for some, and a wish for others. Therefore, Ghiras Al-Nahda in Winter 2018 launched (Frozen Feet) Campaign to provide 5000 shoes for school children and children in the nearby camps.
On February 18, 2018 the Syrian regime forces launched a violent military campaign against the besieged cities and towns of Eastern Ghouta using various types of weapons, including internationally prohibited weapons in order to eliminate opposition forces in these areas and drag them into forced displacement negotiations as they did in other areas before such as Aleppo, Daraya, Homs, Al-Waar, Khan Al-Sheeh, Beit Jann, Al-Zabadani and Madaya.
On March 23, 2018, the Syrian regime succeeded in signing an agreement to displace those who don’t want to settle to Idleb governorate. An influx of displaced people started moving from Ghouta toward Harasta and Erbeen.
The caravans arrived at Al-Madeek Castle (point zero), where the displaced people were received and provided with primary services, then moved to temporary collective centers or to rented apartment and relatives houses.
Ghiras Al-Nahda launched a relief campaign to respond to the displaced families needs, where Ghiras team helped receiving families at point zero and distributed hospitality baskets for arrivals, and held a group lunch in Marat Alnouman mosque honoring the arrivals from eastern Ghouta, and distributed cooked meals for their wounded in the national hospital. in addition to distributed food baskets for 615 families which will cover their food need for a month. and finally, 120 houses were prepared and occupied.
As soon as the evacuation of pro-opposition crowds and families in Madaya and Zabadani in Damascus countryside started, people turned toward Maar Tamasreen carrying nothing but a lot of pain and some clothes and food that will not suffice for a few days.
About 3,000 people were displaced to Idlib governorate, 75 of whom were in dire need of medical treatment, including 25 wounded.
Ghiras Al-Nahda lunched a relief campaign for these displaced people to provide them with some urgent needs and distributed food baskets for 612 IDPs.
When the siege crisis intensified in Eastern Ghouta, the prices of food items increased dramatically, especially “bread”, the daily staple food for Syrians as one bundle price reached 1000 SP, which is equivalent to $ 2.
Ghiras Al-Nahda lunched (Siege Bread Loaf) campagin to secure bread for our families in Ghouta and was able to secure a daily 500 bread bundles for 15 days.
The plane took off headed towards its destination .. Khan Sheikhoun in nothern Syrian and threw its cargo of chemical weapons to take the lives of more than one hundred martyrs and injure hundreds other, marking one of the most horrific massacres in the modern history. A massacre that strangled us behind the screens as we watch it strangling them, forcing more than 400 families to displace from the city toward nieghboring towns in Idleb.
Thats why we lunched an emergency relief campaign for these families to provide them with food and hygiene items. 2025 IDPs benefited from this campaign in Khan Shaikhun.