• Paul Post

My name is Jinda

Six people are in my family and we left Syria by walking out. My father is 55 years old, my mother is 40, I have two brothers aged 20 and 14, my sister is 15 and I am 24, my name is Jinda.

Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation met Jinda 11 July 2017 at Darashkran Refugee Camp where she told us about how her family walked for two days in scorching heat with no food and no water. Her mother experienced heart palpitations and was weak in the knees, she has not received any medical help in the camp.

Jinda and her family have lived in Darashkran Camp for 4 years, the civil war in Syria destroyed everything they had. Here in camp they have not received any medical help or help with food. For Jinda and her family, life in camp is very hard, her mother is ill, she never really recovered from that harrowing trip from Syria into Iraqi Kurdistan so Jinda is trying to help her family by working.

She sews and makes about $300 monthly, she has been doing this for the last 3 months and hopes her mom will get well. Both of Jinda’s brothers study, there is a school in camp that is not bad she says. She is puzzled about why many organizations are trying to help people in the camp, but her family has not received any help and she says, about 800 families in the camp are not receiving any help, not just her family. Jinda also tells Bring Hope that there are some organizations who have provided money for people to go to school, but her family is not one of them, she doesn’t know why.

She asks Bring Hope to continue helping with food, clothes, milk powder and medicine as it gives them a better life. She doesn’t want to stay in the camp, but at least it gives her family safety and some stability. She wants to go home. This is Jinda Ramadan Shekh Mosa’s story, to help her and her family, or others, see bringhope.info

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