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Unparalleled levels of trauma, dislocation, uncertainty and an absence of schooling, has left an entire generation of Syrian
children reeling. Over 2.8 million have been affected by the crisis, resulting in hundreds of thousands of orphans in acute
need of support.
With the Syrian education infrastructure totally decimated, more than 760,000 displaced children have missed whole years, or more, of schooling. Compounding this is unremitting exposure to violence, family separation and intense psychological and emotional distress.
To help redress this, SKT Welfare built the Springs of Hope Family Centre which caters for the needs of 215 Syrian orphans as well as 70 widowed mothers.
Located in the town of Reyhanli — near the border with Syria — the Centre houses those who have been victims of the civil war; providing food, education (secular and religious), recreation, and counselling services. The Centre reintroduces Syrian children to a secure, stable, environment; which is integral for the wellbeing of the population.
One of the most important aspects of the Centre’s endeavours are opportunities provided for the mothers to upskill; enabling them to seek employment and, consequently, more independence. Psychological and wellbeing support is provided to the widowed mothers and orphans to help them cope with the immense trauma they’ve experienced.
Springs of Hope operates on a full-time basis and, once again, this only continues to be possible thanks to your generous donations.
SKT Welfare Organization has been sucsessful in making a lot of things possible Since its inception.Many families have had a roof over their heads after the hardest of times...
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