Construction of our first village is already complete, and 750 displaced families now have safe, warm homes that are built for the future!

But this is just the beginning - construction of our second village has already begun, and with your support, we will continue until no family is left behind!   Help us rebuild Syria today.



Phase 2 - Massa Village Opening - You Built This!

In March 2023, Action For Humanity welcomed 500 Syrian families into a new village in the al-Baab district of Northwest Syria.

The village is named after 10-year-old Massa al-Najjar, who was killed in Febuary’s earthquake and was the niece of Yarub al-Asfari, Action For Humanity’s Deputy Country Director for Syria.

The Massa Village has already accommodated hundreds of the displaced families into their new homes, providing safe and secure shelter for many who have been forced to live in tents due to last month's earthquakes and the ongoing conflict.
We have already built 500 homes prior to this in the development and, looking into the future, we aim to build a further 1,000, for another 6,000 people, in the next phase.

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Rebuild Syria One Home at a Time

As of 2023, informal camps in Syria hosted almost 2 million internally displaced people of the more than 7 million who have been displaced by war. Every year these sites are impacted by extreme climate events, such as flooding and snowstorms. One third of IDP camps were flooded in 2022.  

We believe that all people deserve a safe and dignified home. For this reason, we’re rebuilding Syria, one village and one home at a time. 

In 2022, we completed our first housing project. This provides hundreds of climate-resilient homes featuring a bathroom, kitchen and separate living space.  

In 2023, we’re pushing through on phase 3. This will see the construction of 500 homes for displaced families, each featuring a kitchen, sleeping area and separate living space. This phase will also see the establishment of a school, primary health centre and place of worship. 

This may be the final phase of our current project, but it’s only the start of our plans to Rebuild Syria. 

Help us rebuild the region after 13 years of war. 

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Rebuilding Syria

The February quakes killed more than 47,000 people in both Turkey and Syria, where more than 1.5 million people are in temporary shelters. In our recent report released in March 2023 to mark 12 years since the start of the Syria conflict, Action For Humanity found that 9 in 10 people in Northwest Syria who had already been displaced at least once by the conflict, were displaced again by the earthquake.

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