It's time to help Madaya
People are faced with the danger of starving to death as regime forces continue to prevent aid from reaching Madaya and its nearby regions.
Syria 12.01.2016

People are faced with the danger of starving to death as regime forces continue to prevent aid from reaching Madaya and its nearby regions.

For 7 months now, approximately 40 thousand people living in Madaya are under siege by the Assad regime and Hezbollah militias.

Because aid is prevented from reaching the region, it is nearly impossible to find food. And even if there is a limited supply, it is very expensive to purchase. The people of Madaya are left with no choice but to boil leaves off trees to survive.

We are calling everyone to urgently unite and help stop the tens of thousands of oppressed people in Madaya die from hunger.

You can make a donation through the foundations bank account and online donation page. 

Alternatively you can reach us by telephone on +90 212 631 21 21.

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