11 Tons of Love
NGO’s deliver help to people whose lives are in desperate situations, politics are not a consideration for this help. Help is determined by PEOPLE’s NEED.
Kirkuk Homeless Receive Help
Many people from Kirkuk were forced to leave their nice homes and belongings in search of safety for their family. Children were forced to leave their school and friends to end up living in the streets and some in refugee camps.
Family of Ten Desperate
There are ten people who escaped Syria, one husband did not, he died. Their mother, Mrs. Fawzia Amin Khalil spoke to Bring Hope asking for help, she is alone with all her children and they have nothing.
It Took Two Years to Receive Help
Wlat refused to fight for the Syrian regime, for this he was burned on his back. He and his wife Bashar escaped somehow and made their way out of Qamishlo to Iraqi Kurdistan. They had to walk so many kilometers, it was exhausting.
I am Ishak Talal and I am 16 years old. There are 8 people in my family and we now live in Baharka Refugee Camp. We left our home in Hasaka Syria 3 years ago but I don’t remember too much because it was terrible, too much war and pain.
I am Fatima and I am 12 years old. I have 7 siblings and we left our home in Salah Aldeen because of ISIS attacks on our city and the daily dropping of bombs. We had no electricity and no food, we were all starving.
sama is just 3 years old; his mom and dad are both aged 22 they come from the city of Alanbar where they fled ISIS in 2014. Their town was surrounded by bombings and when they found a chance to escape they did and made their way to Iraqi Kurdistan.
A Canadian truck loaded with humanitarian aid made its way to refugees in Kawrgosk Refugee Camp where little Habiba received soup along with some clothes, shoes and toys from Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation. Her face tells the story of happiness when she received the package.
Mom and Dad Both had Operations
My mom needed an operation on her back and her health is still not good. My dad had an operation on his knee and he lays in bed and can’t work. My family fled Syria because our home was destroyed by bombs, everything we ever had was destroyed, nothing is left. We came from Qamishlo Syria and now live in Kawrgosk Refugee Camp in Iraqi Kurdistan.
From Eliya Syria
Khazal is only 2 years old, both her mom and dad are 22 years old. They fled the Syrian Regime in 2013 after their town was surrounded. They lived in a small village outside of Qamishlo called Eliya, it has been completely destroyed.
The Names Change, the Story is the Same
The people of Qamishlo Syria suffered a lot. Mohammed Ahmed Murad is 12 years old, he has 7 family members. His siblings are aged 17, 16, twin 15-year old’s, and a 6-year-old sister. Mohammed tells Bring Hope staff how his family left Qamishlo Syria because bombs were dropping on his city every day, there was no electricity and no food. His family was starving.
The Exodus from Syria
They walked from Qamishlo Syria after the city was surrounded by the Syrian Army who tried to make them all starve to death. Ahmed tells Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation how hard it was to walk so far but they finally made it to Iraqi Kurdistan and now he goes to school and he really likes school.
Since I was 20 years old I have lived in Kawrgosk Refugee Camp in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan. I have been here 5 years. My husband is 30 years old and has gotten a simple job just to make a bit of money to help the family. I have a 4 and 2-year-old who have known no other life but this refugee camp.
“I Feel People Love Us”
Avin’s mom passed away from illness and her dad died when a damaged building collapsed on him. Now she lives with her siblings in Kawrgosk Refugee Camp where we met her 27 August 2017.
When Bombs Dropped We Left
I live with my mom, dad and three siblings. We left Qamishli Syria in 2013 because of dropping bombs by the Syrian regime on our city.