New Life “Reshaping Life in a Generous Country” (2017-1-TR01-KA204-046155)
Syria

Syria

Over 5.4 million people have fled Syria since 2011, seeking safety in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and beyond. Millions more are displaced inside Syria and, as war continues, hope is fading fast.
Iraq

Iraq

Millions of Iraqis have been forced to abandon their homes after decades of conflict and violence.Terrified, many fled with just the clothes on their backs and limited resources.

Europe

Europe

Persecution, conflicts and human rights violations continue to force people to flee their homes and seek safety in Europe. Many risk their lives and face a treacherous journey.

Why This Project?

Millions of Syrians have escaped across borders, fleeing the bombs and bullets that have devastated their homes.
Turkey hosts the largest number of registered Syrian refugees – currently 3.3 million.
The vast majority of Syrian refugees in the neighbouring countries live in urban areas, with around only 8 per cent accommodated in refugee camps.
In Lebanon, life is a daily struggle for more than a million Syrian refugees, who have little or no financial resources. Around 70 per cent live below the poverty line. There are no formal refugee camps and, as a result, Syrians are scattered throughout more than 2,100 urban and rural communities and locations, often sharing small basic lodgings with other refugee families in overcrowded conditions.
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