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Tent to Home from Humanwire seeks to transfer vulnerable families from camps to private apartments. First launched in Greece, Tent to Home is a response to the horrific conditions in Greece that refugees face with inadequate shelter. Tent to Home campaigns are unique in that goals are preset to provide rent and ongoing support throughout a six-month period, including a budget for food, utilities, transportation and other special needs. [more]



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Waleed, Islam, Salam and their mother Fatima are from Aleppo and found themselves in the middle of clashes between the Syrian army and rebel forces. Fatima explains that everything in her home was completely destroyed. She and her husband Ahmad first fled to Turkey and rented a house where they remained for two years. Ahmad
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Marwa has not seen her husband Raje since 2015. They both worked as teachers in Deir ez-Zur, Syria until an extremist group took control of the area. The group requested Raje begin teaching their guidelines, which were based on violence and killing, to the children. He refused and his only option was to flee, leaving
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52.83%
22 Sponsors
1,046 of 1,980 USD




Nahida: “My husband was building houses in a village near Bokmal, Syria and our situation was very good and we had a nice house until ISIS entered our village. It was getting dangerous for my daughters and we managed to get by but then ISIS decided to take our house because of its strategical position,
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12.54%
5 Sponsors
665 of 5,302 USD




Sara (10) and Hala (12) are sisters who lived a modest life in Syria until the war started. Their father used to build homes but when the war started, the work dried up so he started baking and selling cakes in the street to get by. In April, 2016 they decided to leave for Greece.
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21.12%
14 Sponsors
1,020.93 of 4,835 USD



Issa and Family
Urgent

After the war destroyed his home and job in Syria, all Issa had left was his family. The airstrikes and attacks continued every day. The hospitals were gone, the school was gone and they had to flee to remain alive. Issa and his family traveled to Greece and completed their asylum application. The family was randomly assigned to
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7.23%
7 Sponsors
370 of 5,121 USD




Traumatized from bomber planes flying overhead, Ivan (5), Anas (6), Iywan (2) and their 14 year old cousin Shayar were forced to flee their home in Syria. Shayar’s parents had already fled to Germany and so he traveled along with his aunt, uncle and cousins. First, they went to Turkey but they found no support.  They
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58.72%
10 Sponsors
2,377 of 4,048 USD




Sahar and her son Arshia (11) sit on a park bench in Athens, Greece. They have been in Greece since October of 2016, and since that time have been trying to obtain adequate support. “My husband and several family members perished in an accident three and a half years ago. Ever since then, the government has
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10.64%
3 Sponsors
564 of 5,302 USD




Saada: Life in Aleppo was very difficult because of the war. Our house was destroyed during an airplane attack. First we moved to Turkey where we spent a few months. My sons started going to school, but we have been too afraid to let my daughter to go outside of the house. After my oldest
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61.90%
23 Sponsors
3,282 of 5,302 USD



IMG_89282
Urgent

My husband left to Germany before us and as we haven’t been able to reunify, my two children and I fled Syria with a smuggler. We spent five days in the forests between Syria and Turkey unprepared as the smugglers lied to us and told us it would be very easy. The weather was cold,
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98.15%
44 Sponsors
3,971 of 4,046 USD




“The last days in Syria were very difficult. We didn’t have sufficient money for food and other necessary things. My husband had traveled ahead to Germany in August, 2015 and we were planning to reunite with him from Syria. My kids were afraid of the constant presence of combatants so we decided to flee with
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97.07%
50 Sponsors
4,976 of 5,126 USD



rafah and mustafa
Urgent

Rafah and Mustafa fled their home in Syria in early 2016. After a horrifying journey by foot between Syria and Turkey, they continued on, eventually to Greece. Now awaiting reunification with her husband in Germany, Rafah and her son have been living in a squat with three other families and nowhere else to go. “We
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100%
27 Sponsors
4,920 of 4,400 USD




Hanin and her family fled Syria in March of 2016 and have been living in Greece camps since. Hanin is currently in the Softex camp with her three children and without her husband. Her children are 4 years, 2 years and 8 months. Her husband unfortunately ended up associating with the wrong type of people in the
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100%
23 Sponsors
2,316 of 2,305 USD



Ali and Family
Urgent

Ali Al Ibrahim fled Syria with his wife and their 4 children after their house was destroyed in a bombing.  His children became terrified by the sounds of airplanes flying overhead.  They survived the journey through Turkey and the perilous crossing to Greece in a dinghy only to arrive at the Greek-Macedonia border right after
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65.63%
33 Sponsors
3,812 of 5,808 USD




Kamar (24) and her daughter Israa (2) in Greece, 2016. “I moved to Aleppo when I got married. We began to receive threats and the fighting became more intense so we moved to Idlib.  Our house was bombed many times. We were only able to live in about 50% of the house as the rest
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100%
25 Sponsors
4,450 of 4,345 USD




Fatima is from Aleppo and found herself suddenly in the middle of clashes between the Syrian army and rebel forces. Everything in her home was completely destroyed. She and her husband Ahmad first fled to Turkey and rented a house where they remained for two years. Ahmad found enough work to support the family but often didn’t get paid and eventually fled
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100%
3 Sponsors
5,666.57 of 4,860 USD



ali
Urgent

Ali (68) recounts the day he was forced to flee Syria with his family: “ISIS started going into the houses and forcing people to take a gun and join them and if anyone said no they were shot dead on the spot. Hundreds of people from the neighborhood fled that day and we were lucky
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100%
21 Sponsors
3,500 of 3,311 USD





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