Allow disabled children to go to school in Kobane, Northern Syria
HÎVÎ means HOPE and is the name of a school for disabled children. In a war-ravaged city in northern Syria . It was heartbreaking to see the people return to the ruins they once called home. It is important for the children that everyday life continues. That they have a place where they feel like home, learn and play together. Especially disabled children, who need more resources. It's impossible to send the resources to Syria, so we have to smuggle them by person.
It makes us feel uncomfortable that disabled children couldn't go to school after war because their town was wrecked.
Our grand vision is that every child in Syria has excess to proper education. A place where they can learn and play.
More about this dowe
At the moment you can contribute to this dowe by:
Give awareness to the project by liking and sharing on Facebook. Or hand out our flyers.
We are happy to be invited for a presentation, or to prepare a special meal.
Organize an original action for the Hîvî school with your family, neighbours, hobby friends or colleagues.
Join our multicultural working group as a volunteer.