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Fahed
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Fadi (2) is pictured in his refugee camp in Lebanon on February 23, 2016. Fadi and his two brothers, Fahed (3) and Rashed (6 months) were all born here. In April, 2011 their parents Mona and Walid fled their home in Raqqa, Syria due to intense war encroaching into their neighborhood. Walid has work experience
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54.20%
18 Sponsors
1,355 of 2,500 USD
Ziad Al Antoz and Mona Metheb Al khodor are the parents of seven children: three daughters (ages 7, 12, 13), and four sons (ages 4, 9, 10, 14). After Ziad witnessed the horrific death of his two brothers, one killed by the regime, the other by a tank shell, the family fled Syria for Lebanon. They
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38.00%
13 Sponsors
1,140 of 3,000 USD
Marim Nahar
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Pictured here in her tent in Lebanon is Marim (42), December 29, 2015. She and her husband previously lived in the southern countryside of Aleppo, Syria. Their house was destroyed by barrels but thankfully they were not at home. Since leaving Syria, Marim’s husband passed away and she is now on her own. Marim would
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36.50%
6 Sponsors
730 of 2,000 USD
The Al Dandal family fled Syria after barrel bombs destroyed their home in 2011. The six kids, along with their mother Fawziya, are stuck in a refugee camp in Lebanon with nothing, no work, no school and no home to return to. Three of the young boys, Yehea (2), Mean (3) and Hussien (4) suffer from
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100%
13 Sponsors
3,630 of 3,000 USD
Asad (10),  Nemir (12) and Nagham (10) pictured above, live in a temporary tent in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley with their mother and four other siblings. In 2012, they fled their family farm in el Ashrafie, Aleppo, Syria after their father died and conditions from the war deteriorated, making it unsafe to stay. The children and
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100%
39 Sponsors
4,305 of 2,600 USD
soad and yousra
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Soad (13) and Yousra (12) in Taalabaya, Lebanon on November 6th, 2015. Soad and Yousra lived in Allepo, Syria and left with their family two-years ago do to bombings in their neighborhood. Their father Serif El Deen (39) was working full time in a cement factory and now finds occasional work on construction projects in
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64.74%
30 Sponsors
3,075 of 4,750 USD
Zelnab
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Zelnab (3) has lived her entire life in a Taalabaya camp in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. Her family fled their village in Hamah, Syria in April 2012 due to excessive bombings. Her father, Ibrahim (42), originally worked in construction in both Syria and Lebanon and continues to work in Lebanon, though due to the economy, earns just $10/day. Ibrahim
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100%
32 Sponsors
2,325 of 2,000 USD
Mohammad
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Mohammad (2) stands before his foil tent in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon where he’s lived his entire life. Mohammad’s parents, Hassan (30) and Fatima (29) left their home in Turkan, Syria due to excessive bombings in 2011. Hassan and Fatima have another son, Yehya (9) and two daughters Alya (7) and Riham (4). Hassan once supported
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100%
21 Sponsors
1,455 of 1,200 USD
Roueia Said (6) and her father Imad (51) are originally from Daraa, Syria where Imad supported his family of seven as a taxi driver, but fled in January, 2012 after their home was destroyed by civil war. Now in a makeshift camp in Talabaya, Lebanon, their basic needs include wood, fuel, clothes, blankets and food
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52.06%
32 Sponsors
4,685 of 9,000 USD
yagam
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Yagam Ouwaydot (3) is pictured here on November 6th, 2015 in his unofficial camp in East Bekaa, Lebanon. Just months after he was born in Daraa, a city in southwestern Syria just north of the border with Jordan, his parents, Adnan (25) and Walaa (19), had no choice but to flee their neighborhood as they
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62.50%
26 Sponsors
1,250 of 2,000 USD
Riham (4) and Ali (3) have been in a tent in Zahlé, Lebanon for almost as long as they have been alive. Their parents, Mr. Atiych Ali Al Hamad (31) and his wife Abeer (25) fled Sheikh Sa’eed, Syria in April of 2012 after their home was destroyed in crossfire. Atiych was a full time
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62.80%
27 Sponsors
1,570 of 2,500 USD
Futaim and Jameela
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Futaim (19) stands with her daughter Jameela (10-months) in Bekaa, Lebanon on November 6, 2015. Futaim and her husband Mohammad (25) are originally from a small village in Allepo, Syria where they lived and worked self-sufficiently on their own family land. Their home was bombed and “we left in a miracle” in November, 2011. The
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88.90%
25 Sponsors
889 of 1,000 USD
darwichslide
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Jasem(11), and his sister Haifa (4), are pictured in Lebanon on October 28, 2015. The two were living in Aleppo when their house was bombed on April 4, 2012. Two of their siblings can no longer hear as a result of the bomb blast. Their mother, Warda Obaid, is a divorced single woman who takes
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100%
22 Sponsors
1,265 of 1,000 USD
FAMILY 3 - IMG_4557
Urgent
From Syria, Mr. Mohamad Darwish (39) and Halima Darwish (37) are pictured here with their kids Kaser (15, far right), Reem (12), Ahmed (9), Mohamad (7) and Rayan (3) in Lebanon on October 19, 2015. Originally from Allepo, Syria, despite a medical condition that left him confined to a wheel chair at a young age, Mohamad
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100%
33 Sponsors
2,018 of 2,000 USD
asad hamad
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Omar (3) is pictured with his uncle, Asad Hamad (28) on October 26, 2015 in Beirut, Lebanon. The family of seven is originally from Hasakah, Syria near the border of Turkey and fluent in Arabic and Kurdish. They left their homeland in August, 2012 when ISIS invaded and began controlling their neighborhood in Al Qameshli where Asad also worked
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90.00%
15 Sponsors
900 of 1,000 USD
El Ali
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Mohamed El Ali (11) is pictured here in on October 28th, 2015 in Khaled El Zegnef, Lebanon. He and his family fled from their home in Syria to Lebanon on April 12, 2012 when ISIS entered their town of Al Raqqa. Mohamed’s father, Jasem, was originally a driver, but does not have a car and has
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12.67%
18 Sponsors
950 of 7,500 USD
Asma Moustafa (10) is pictured near Al Marj in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon on October 23, 2015. Asma used to live peacefully on a farm in Aleppo, Syria but fled bombings with her family when she was eight. Now she sleeps in a makeshift tent made of tarps. Her father Jasem (35) and her
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100%
65 Sponsors
4,872 of 4,700 USD
Moureba is pictured here with her daughters and son in Al Marj, Lebanon on October 19, 2015. Moureba lived with her children in Jafar Monsour, Syria and fled in April of 2012: “Bombs were showering our village like rain. We had no chance to make it…we left for Lebanon.” She has not heard from her husband in
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100.00%
71 Sponsors
4,100 of 4,100 USD
Rafea (24) holding her newborn daughter (10-days-old), stands with her three other children, Maha (4, daughter), Mohamad (2, son) and Baraa (1, daughter). Rafea lives in a tent with nine total including her husband Houssein and their three nieces. Her niece Khaled (25) is pictured. The Mounif family is originally from Ashrafiya in Aleppo, Syria.
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64.15%
61 Sponsors
4,555 of 7,100 USD
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