Turkish, Qatari NGOs Open First Orphanage in East Ghouta

Facility in Eastern Ghouta will provide shelter and health care for children who lost their parents during the war

The first orphanage in Eastern Ghouta, Damascus countryside, was opened with funding and support from Qatari, Turkish and Syrian charities.

Daar al-Ataa (The Giving Home) is the first orphanage in Eastern Ghouta which will provide shelter and health care for children who lost their parents during the war.

The orphanage is funded by the Qatari RAF Foundation and run by the Turkish IHH organization and Imaar al-Sham, an independent charity working inside Syria.

This article was translated and edited by The Syrian Observer. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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