Shelter

ADRA IMPACT IN Shelter

As more neighborhoods in Syria became safe for resettlement, families who had been displaced, sometimes for many years or multiple times, decided to go back to their homes. However, the crisis had left their houses damaged and insecure, lacking the necessary conditions for proper shelter. In 2020, ADRA focused on shelter interventions to assist families in returning home safely. This included restoring water, sanitation, and electric services, as well as covering up the visual reminders of the conflict. ADRA collaborated with the Ministry of Local Administration and Environment (MoLAE) and the Governorates of Aleppo, Homs, Rural Damascus, and Deir ez-Zour to provide shelter support for vulnerable returnees.

Stay Tunned

ADRA is repairing 85 damaged houses 

PROJECTS

Governorate: Deir ez-Zour

Location: Al Omal Activity: Procurement process initiated for Phase 1 rehabilitation of 27 apartments. Expected completion in May 2023. Status: Ongoing

Governorate: Deir ez-Zour

Location: Al Sheikh Yaseen Activity: Procurement process initiated for Phase 1 rehabilitation of 12 apartments. Expected completion in May 2023. Status: Ongoing