Amal and the charitable work in Syria… culture and way of life

“We, at the Ataa Relief and Humanitarian Association, believe in the positive impact that social and charitable projects can achieve. This blog page reflects our vision and commitment to sharing stories, ideas, and experiences that inspire and encourage generosity and positive influence in our communities.

Through this platform, we provide you with an electronic window to explore our journey and get acquainted with our initiatives and programs. Here, you will find success stories, statistical reports, and real-life narratives from individuals who have benefited from your generous support and contributions.

We consider participation in social discussions and raising awareness as integral parts of our mission. We hope that this blog becomes a source of inspiration and optimism, encouraging everyone to engage in acts of giving and contribute to positive change.”


On her International Day, the Syrian woman is an icon of patience, dedication and giving

This occasion is absent from many women in Syria, as women here barely have time to feed their children. They live the bitterness of oppression, displacement and death in conditions described as the catastrophe of the century. This was exacerbated by the earthquake that struck northern Syria and southern Turkey, as many families spend long nights without any form of temporary shelter in the cold and harsh living conditions, in the streets, under trees, and in makeshift tents.

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Maryam.. a rising talent on the road to success

The girl Maryam (11 years old), who was displaced from the village of Kansafra in the southern countryside of Idlib, did not hesitate to show her creativity in drawing, despite the difficult conditions that her family and her life are going through in Killi 3 camp, located in the northern countryside of Idlib.

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His wide smile… preceded his words

The 13 year old child ,Muhammad, is the breadwinner of a family of 9, and is eldest of them. He gets up at five in the morning, prepares his supplies himself, sits down and drinks a glass of Mate while his employer comes to take him to his work (building and cladding).

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