• Paul Post

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, “…there is no life in it” says Samira Mohammed Arshad, Khazal’s mother. She also tells Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation they are living in very bad conditions. They have little food; her husband is ill and cannot work and she asks Bring Hope to help by providing more medicine to the Kawrgosk Camp health centre.

Bring Hope will continue to provide as much support to Kawrgosk Camp as possible. We met Khazal 29 August 2017 at the camp, if you would like to help her or others suffering, see bringhope.info.

#Refugeecamps #Refugees #Syria #BHHF #Children #Humanitarianaid #PersonalStories

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