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Success Stories

  • Support Economic Empowerment Program

    Faisal and Ayah are Syrian refugees who could not continue with their university education, because of forced displacement and inability to care for their families. The Syrian Forum economic empowerment program trained and matched both of them in jobs that allowed them to care for their families and go back…

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  • Empower Syrian Women

    The real victims of the Syrian war are Syrian women. After the death of her husband and with no source of income, Hiba found herself responsible for 6 children. She decided to take control of her life and attended one of the Syrian Forum’s Women Empowerment Centers in Idlib. The…

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  • Support Finding Jobs for Syrian Refugees

    Amine decided it was time to depend on himself. He reached out to Syrian Forum’s Rizk institution in Turkey where he was a given an opportunity to work in the rosary prayer beads industry. Amine’s hard work and diligence led him to start his own business. Support the economic empowerment…

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  • Khaled’s Story

    Syrian Forum has rebuilt more than 103 schools destroyed by regime shelling in Syria through the end of 2018, making us the largest Syrian organization that works in education. We take a partially or fully destroyed school, completely rebuild and renovate it, and then fund it for an entire year. All its necessities are taken care of…

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  • IMAN’S STORY

    Iman lost her husband when she was 25 years old. Faced with an uncertain future, she struggled to endure not only her own tragedy but an unprecedented humanitarian crisis in Syria. She relied on her job as an elementary school teacher to provide for her two young boys, Ahmad and Omar. Then her…

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  • Abdul Wahab’s Story

    Abdul Wahab’s Story Abdul Wahab had just returned home when the airstrike began. It was not the first time his community, a small town just north of Homs, had faced a brutal attack by the Syrian regime. Before Abdul Wahab could find shelter, a bomb exploded in the street, seriously…

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