Social Psychological Support for Syrians

Project Description

Donor: Individual Donors

Implementer: Aleppo-NGO

Project Duration: Ongoing since February 2015

Major Goal: To provide social-psychological support for war-affected people from Syria who lost relatives and suffered material damage.

Description: Providing support to people who lost relatives and suffered material damage due to the Syrian Civil War has been one of the key priority areas for Aleppo-NGO since its establishment. As part of its humanitarian strategy, Aleppo-NGO recognizes that an important component of humanitarian aid is socio-psychological support which plays a significant role in the recovery process of people who survived tragic experiences.

For this purpose, Aleppo-NGO holds regular meetings to ensure that all war-affected Syrians receive the socio-psychological support they need. Preservation of spiritual-moral qualities, restoration of social-psychological well-being and recovery of capabilities are the main goals of the series of meetings. Meetings take place every Friday at 17:00 at Aleppo-NGO’s office.

This project was initially sponsored and implemented by WCC Armenia Round Table Foundation. Meetings were led by Ter Grigor Priest Grigoryan (pastor of Surb Zoravor Astvatsatsin Church of Araratian Patriarchal Diocese) and psychologist Lusine Khandanyan. Their work is now being continued by Aleppo-NGO.