September 30, 2013 • 3:23 pm
In a park in Kilis around 300 Syrian families await processing into Turkish Refugee camps. Most tell a similar story of fleeing across the border from improvised barrel bombs dropped from helicopter by the Assad Regime. Nearly all have lost their homes, their processions and their families. They await processing by the Turkish authorities but fear that only the richer families are being taken to the Camps. Some people tell us they have been waiting for more than 20 days without any support other than local Mosques. The Children are suffering with digestive and dermatological issues problems due to poor hygiene and lack of any sanitation.
Filed under: News, Projects, Works in Progress, Kilis, Refugee Camp, Refugees, Syria, Syrian Refugees, Turkish border
September 28, 2013 • 8:20 am
Thousands of Syrians are living in makeshift camps under the trees of Kilis, southern Turkey. The official Refugee camps are now full, and those families still awaiting allocation are left with no choice but to gather what materials they can and construct shelters in public parks and woodlands.
Filed under: News, Works in Progress, Oncupinar Gate, Refugee Camp, Refugee Camps, Refugees, Syria, Syrian Bab al-Salameh Gate, Syrian Refugees, Turkish border
September 27, 2013 • 5:51 am
The Turkish Oncupinar border gate, and the Syrian Bab al-Salameh gate. In-between them are an ever growing number of Syrian Refugees.
Filed under: Works in Progress, Oncupinar Gate, Refugee Camp, Refugees, Syria, Syrian Bab al-Salameh Gate, Turkish border
September 19, 2013 • 8:05 pm
We are currently raising money for medical supplies to take to Syria in support of the growing Refugee crisis. We have been given a list of much needed medicines which we have checked with reliable medical experts. It has been recommended that we purchase the medicines in Turkey are there are less legal and logistical issues. We are establishing a small trusted team who will be responsible for the direct distribution of the aid in Syria. With immediate effect we are now collecting donations in order to maximise the effectiveness of our mission.
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Filed under: Latest, Projects