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A state of emergency has been declared in Idlib, Northwestern Syria and as bombs rain down around them, our partners need all the help they can get to help keep the Syrian people safe. #Rise4Idlib by supporting CanDo’s acute emergency projects and help our partners save lives now.
First Aid for the Tired Soul
War brings with it lasting trauma and severe mental health issues for so many of the children and families caught in the middle of it. Yet these issues are so often overlooked in crisis situations. Help us teach communities to support their most vulnerable and provide them with tools to cope. #Rise4Idlib #CommunityHealthHeroes
50% of £16,671
Community Health Heroes
Disability, age and fear of being bombed shouldn’t stop you from accessing healthcare. Our health staff believe this passionately - which is why they’re risking their lives to help the most vulnerable. #Rise4Idlib #CommunityHealthHeroes
53% of £12,265
In our first two years CanDoers supported
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From CanDoers and the people that we helped.
The first ever crowd-funded hospital
After a children’s hospital got bombed out of existence, in two weeks we raised the money to build the first-ever crowd-funded hospital. Three months later, Hope Hospital opened.In just one year the team at Hope treated over 16,300 children, provided 47,600 consultations, and tackled 444 emergencies.
Coping with the effects of war
Our local partner Insan trained 14 women to deliver a 12 week long psychological support programme to women in their communities. The 14 women field team are also receiving continuous psychological support from the Insan team.
Our local partner Hurras developed a magazine to increase children’s awareness of ways to protect themselves and cope during times of bombing and violence. The magazine, that reached 6,000 children, also instills values of tolerance, solidarity, mutual understanding and peace.
Access to protein sources
Under siege for years, people in Eastern Ghouta were suffering from severe malnutrition and starvation due to lack of access to fresh produces. Our local partner Ghiras Al Nahda taught communities how to grow mushrooms under siege conditions. As results, kilos and kilos of mushrooms were safely harvested, benefitting over 1,000 people.
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