Qatar Charity builds villages, cities worth QR96.5 mn for war-hit Syrians

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Qatar Charity builds villages, cities worth QR96.5 mn for war-hit Syrians

Among 2013 and now, the Qatar Charity (QC) has built a few towns and villages at an expected expense of QR96.5 million to shelter countless Syrian refugees. The construction has been completed with the help of philanthropists in Qatar. 

These villages fall inside the relief projects aimed for safeguarding the dignity of displaced refugee families, securing a place of haven for them and facilitating their hardship by giving them homes, education and healthcare services. 

The model villages incorporate 5,968 pre- fabricated or concrete housing units, profiting 5,968 families. A few villages have different facilities like schools and health clinics.

Al Rayyan Humanitarian City, situated in the village of Shamarin in northern Aleppo Governorate, is one of the biggest shelter projects carried out by Qatar Charity up until now. The city incorporates 10 villages with 1,000 pre- fabricated housing units (caravans), which give safe house to 6,000 displaced people. It likewise has a health clinic facility, schools comprising of 30 classrooms, a mosque and play areas for kids. 

 

The ' Competitors Village', arranged in Azaz, a district of the Aleppo Governorate in northern Syria, incorporates 300 pre- fabricated housing units, profiting 1,800 displaced persons, including a school, mosque and children’s play areas. 

The city in Wadi Deif, located in northern Syria, incorporates 400 concrete housing units, giving shelter to 2,400 individuals. The housing units were allocated to families, whose homes were demolished during the conflict, to encourage displaced families to come back to their towns. 

The town in Jarabulus, which is located close to the Syrian-Turkish border, has 72 concrete housing units, a well and a mosque. 

The town in Al-Dana, which is located in the Idlib rural region, incorporates 400 concrete housing units for 2,400 individuals, including a medical unit, a school, a well, a mosque and shops. 

The town situated on the Turkish-Syrian border in Northern Syria, comprises of 50sqm 400 housing units. Including with a mosque, a medical clinics, a two-story school, shops, a administrative building and an artesian well. 

The Shamaryk Village, which is under development to date, comprises of 1,200 residential units, "caravans", and is relied upon to profit 1,200 families. 

Every one of the other three towns in Northern Syria comprises of 100 housing units "caravans", profiting 100 affected families. 

Another town consists of 1,000 residential units "caravans", benefiting 1,000 families. 

Around 796 housing units (caravans) were given to 796 affected families in northern Syria. In the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordon, Qatar Charity gave 200 housing units "caravan", a mosque and a medical clinic, benefiting 200 families. It additionally added to giving 100 housing units "caravan" to 100 Syrian refugee families in a camp in Bar Elias, a town in the Bekaa Governorate, Lebanon.

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