Wesal and Sally – HUMANWIRE
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Wesal and Sally

Wesal and Sally

Wesal and her husband lived in Damascus, Syria with their three-year-old daughter Sally. When their house was destroyed by airstrikes they decided to leave the country for Turkey. Unfortunately, they were caught trying to cross the border illegally and the entire family was sent to jail. During this time they were beaten and tortured. Wesal and her daughter were released after forty days but her husband remained detained and his status is currently unknown.

Wesal and Sally continued on to Greece alone, arriving on Chios Island in November, 2016. They were then transferred to the Vial refugee camp, a dangerous camp with poor sanitation, unisex bathrooms and outbreaks of contagious diseases. Like other single women in the camp, she is afraid to use the bathrooms for fear of being sexually assaulted.  She said she still has flashbacks of being tortured and beaten in the jail. The environment is no place for a single mother with a 3-yr-old after everything they have been through.

Wesal and Sally were given ferry tickets to Athens by the UNHCR, and are now temporarily staying in a hotel room until an apartment is funded.

Wesal was able to obtain housing on her own and no longer requires funding for an apartment. She will still need support for obtaining food and paying for living expenses.

Goal Breakdown
Food stipend – $275 x 6 months
Misc. Expenses – $396

Total (USD): $2046



Jacky Malotaux
I witnessed, during my 3 months of volunteering in Greece the terrible conditions in the refugee camps. I realised that is very urgent that the most vulnerable people are decently lodged and have a correct diet. I created an association here where I live in France and we have been able to help directly many people, both here, in Greece and Syria. But sometimes it is necessary to have someone permanently on the ground and by joining with "Humanwire" our action is multiplied considerably. I have already led a successful "Humanwire" campaign to house and feed a family in a camp in Northern Greece. It works with your help!
$2046 Goal

Please help by donating whatever you can manage. Thank you!

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At least four quarterly emails will be sent to all contributors with status and progress reports related to activity on the campaign. This may include information about the successful transfer of funds to a hospital, a photo of the recipient after a successful surgery, etc.


Contributors will be provided with a local address to send food, clothes, school supplies and letters of support directly to the family’s door. This is a great way to build one-to-one relationships and potentially provide more needed support down the road. Plus, everything included in the $5 reward.


Attend a live video chat session with the host and refugee. Introduce yourself and time-permitting, spark up a conversation along with others involved in the campaign. A translator will be provided for English when needed. Plus, everything included in the $5 and $15 rewards.


Engage in a 30 minute one-to-one live video chat. An arabic translator will be provided for French or English. Plus, everything included in the $5, $15 and $25 rewards.


Everything in the $45 reward, four times! You can give them away to others or enjoy them all yourself. Each of the four rewards comes with everything offered in the $45 reward and below.


Thinking of traveling? Humanwire can help with recommendations for your itinerary. This could be a great opportunity to meet and connect more closely with the refugee family that will be benefitting from your contribution. For dinner, Humanwire will provide local transportation for everyone. Also, everything included in all prior rewards.

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