Our Missions In Syria Accommodation

Population : 18.4 millions (2016, World Bank)
People in need: 13.5 millions
Internally displaced: 6.3 millions
Syrian refugees: 5.2 millions
(2017, UNHCR)

OASIS, THE FIRST ANONYMOUS HELPLINE IN SYRIA FOR WOMEN VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND TRAFFICKING.

Projects for vulnerable women and children and continuous support to refugees

WE FOCUS OUR ACTIVITIES ON MANY PROJECTS:

  • A home for girls and women in dangerous situations
  • A relief and assistance center as well as social care for refugees
  • Visits and emancipation projects for women and young girls in prison
  • An anonymous and confidential center to listen to women victims of domestic violence and human trafficking
  • Social and community centers

Shelter

Our first home was established in Syria in 1981. It is a home for girls and women in distress, to whom we provide protection, educational support, and social and psychological care.

Our mission evolved from a small shelter for women victims of domestic violence to a more comprehensive venture with other organizations fighting for women’s and children’s rights.

Our objectives aim at:

  • Supporting persons afflicted by the circumstances of their lives
  • Helping and rehabilitating single mother victims of violence, preparing them for social reintegration
  • Assisting displaced victims of wars and conflicts, particularly women and children
  • Creating networks with governmental organizations and NGOs to serve justice, peace, human rights, and particularly women’s and children’s rights
  • Consolidating relationships with the community through participatory and training sessions
YOUR DONATIONS WILL MAKE A
DIFFERENCE IN THEIR LIVES
Over 125 years in the fight against injustice, violence and poverty in Lebanon and in Syria.
The congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd (commonly known as Sisters of the Good Shepherd) is an international Catholic congregation founded in 1835. Active in 72 countries, the Good Shepherd Sisters have the status of an international NGO recognized by the ECOSOC.

       
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