MAAN inaugurated an educational center for children, serving as a preschool to instruct children in Arabic and Turkish languages, as well as the Quran, prior to their formal enrollment in schools in Turkey. This initiative addresses the crucial need for children to acquire proficiency in their native Arabic language before embarking on their educational journey. The center is staffed by a team of
In collaboration with HEP BERABER YARDIMLASALIM DERNEGI, the educational section for children was inaugurated at the MAAN Camp in southern Turkey. This initiative aims to provide Quranic education, Arabic language, and Turkish language classes for children who have been affected by the earthquake, bridging the educational gap caused by their absence from schools.
MAAN Association replaced 144 tents with more durable shelters to withstand harsh weather conditions for families living in northern Syrian camps.
This project sponsored 100 women in 2022-2023 and in project’s renewal for 2023-2024 we have another 100 women.
In response to the earthquake, MAAN established a camp to provide a relatively stable place for affected families during Ramadan, including shelter, electricity, healthcare facilities, and a kitchen that was set up inside the camp in collaboration with the IAC organization to serve the families throughout the month of Ramadan and beyond. the camp was funded by Syrian businessmen. it opened on the
Aimed at alleviating suffering for the most vulnerable families by providing Eid clothing for children, organizing activities, and distributing gifts during both Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha for 216 child in the camp.
The project aims to distribute cash as financial aid to IDPs in camps in Idlib, Syria.
Distribution of cooked Iftar meals to families in IDP camps during the month of Ramadan.
the project provided food basket of a 45 kg food basket during Ramadan for each targeted family
Slaughtering the sheep or cows (sacrifices) inside Syria and distributing the meat in the form of cooked meals (meat pastry).
A project that provides employment opportunities for Syrian doctors and healthcare staff in Istanbul while offering medical services to Syrian refugees in their own language.
After a destructive earthquake in northern Syria and southern Turkey in February 2023, tents were provided for families who lost their homes. More than 260 tents were distributed in both regions, along with in-kind donations.