The long, consecutive years of war in Syria have left behind clear impacts on various levels, sectors and groups in community, in addition to a remarkable impact on the infrastructure, which most of its services have been out of work for a long time. All these effects require continuous and double efforts to avoid their future risks.
The Qudurat project, launched by the Takaful Al-Sham NGO in Al-Bab city located in the countryside of Aleppo northern Syria, was found to contribute into improving the life of community through various activities and the following interventions:
- Providing in-kind grants for men and women (18-65 years), displaced persons and residents with previous experience in order to establish their projects or expand their businesses within the following areas:
- Food production.
- Implementing two community service projects within the infrastructure sector which will benefit all community groups:
- Paving the main road to the southern entrance of Qabbasin city and implementing the necessary sanitation. This road is considered a pivotal road connecting the neighboring areas with the city Centre. This project facilitated the movement of people and eased their access to the city Centre, which led to jump-start the economy in the region.
- Implementation of sanitation networks for several neighborhoods in Bza’a city. This project resulted in improving public services, in addition to curbing the spread of diseases and epidemics in the area.
The number of beneficiaries from Qudurat project’s activities reached 10,400 individuals.