WORKING WITH POOR COMMUNITIES – SYRIAN & TURKISH

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We have made several visits to the old town in Antakya, where several thousand

Syrian refugees live, some of whom we meet after Friday Prayers.

 

      

It was a cold, wet week in January but we were met with nothing but kindness. The food was delicious!

The photo shows the bakery, beside a mosque where poor people (Turkish and Syrian) come for bread each Friday.

The bread-giving is a spontaneous expression of solidarity and caring. It is being extended with a little extra money from one of our local volunteers.

 

 

    

We were able to provide a little help to several households (Turkish and Syrian)

Food Baskets, Books in Turkish & Arabic for children, a few educational toys. All very modest.

 

 

Renovation work in progress                             Inside a renovated house

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