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Orphan Village 3

ORPHAN VILLAGE-3

PROJECT STATUS 

This project is successfully COMPLETED! You can contact with us to get further information.

Project Start Date: August 2017

Project Finish Date: Novenber 2017

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Orphan Village-3 is a building complex project which includes three apartment buildings consisting of six houses in total and is constructed in addition to the Orphan Village-1 project.

WHY THIS PROJECT IS REQUIRED?

Hundred of thousands of displaced people have been living in tents inside Northern Syria (near Turkey), and the most vulnerable ones of those people are the orphans. This project aimed to provide some of those orphans with qualified houses.   

PROJECT DETAILS & PLAN

Within the scope of this project, following buildings were constructed in the village:

  • 3 Apartment (In total 6 houses

The Orphan Village-3 project is located very close to the Orphan Village-1 project site and is directly opposite the Orphan Village-2 project. The orphan families living here can benefit from the facilities of the first village as they wish. These include school, supermarket, mosque, gym and playground.

HOW TO FOLLOW THE RECENT STATUS OF THE PROJECT?

You can follow the up-to-date activities/campaigns about this smal orphan villages by in "One Solid Ummah" facebook account. Our project manager Abdullateef Khaled is regularly sharing the recent news and developments in the "One Solid Ummah" facebook account. 

You can also ask any question about this project through OSU facebook acoount or through our contact page. We will reply you as soon as possibe insaAllah. You can also call us any time, we have all contact information in contact page.

FORMER PROJECT EXPERIENCE OF THE  IHCRO and ONE SOLID UMMAH

"One Solid Ummah(OSU)" is a very experienced organisation in Syria, especially in the context of constructing and maintaining orphan villages. OSU has built so far in total six orphan villages along with this project. Because of their on-site experience, IHCRO has been working with OSU in Syria.