The humanitarian situation for people living in northern areas other than Syria is still dire, especially those living in tents, due to displacement, military operations and security risks that have persisted for ten years and are still increasingly exacerbated.

Among the most affected were children, widows and sick people who could not work and had no income to depend on, and who had left their homes, leaving everything behind to protect themselves and their children.

In response to this situation, we, in Preservation of Grace, in cooperation with our partners, launched the Patient Sponsorship Project, an attempt to fill part of the needs of patients in Syria.

The most needy patients who have no income and cannot work were selected.

The project was implemented in the city of Idlib and in the Azaz area of ​​Aleppo countryside, and the number of beneficiaries reached 1,953 families benefiting from this project.