About Bahar Organization
In 2012, recognizing the ever-increasing unmet needs of the population still in Syria, a group of medical professionals who had crossed the border to Turkey made a joint commitment to help alleviate the suffering caused by the outbreak of conflict. Out of that concern and initiative, Bahar Organisation was born.
Bahar is a local organization delivering support across northern Syria and in Iraq. Our work is guided by international human rights and humanitarian standards and principles to ensure that international human rights and humanitarian standards are indeed respected, implemented, and enforced at the local level. We value the different backgrounds and beliefs of all people we work with and therefore promote interfaith collaboration. As a civil society actor, Bahar realizes its mission and vision through development cooperation, humanitarian assistance, and advocacy work
To restore and rebuild the lives of crisis-affected people through humanitarian and development assistance aiming to reach resilient communities.
We work towards enhancing the resilience and wellbeing of communities by providing a principled and rights-based humanitarian response to overcome natural disasters and conflicts.
Activities provided: establishment of a Sanatorium as a stabilization center for malnourished children, malnutrition screening, provision of nutritional supplements, IYCF awareness raising, establishment of two PHC, two mobile clinics and two BEmONC centers, provision of medical services and medicines, rehabilitation of schools and provision of non-formal educational services, establishment of four child friendly spaces and provision of specialized child protection services, distribution of hygiene kits, solid waste management, repairing 25 WASH facilities in schools and health facilities, repairing and extending water supply network, treatment of water, administration of Midanki dam, setting up an electricity network, capacity building.
Activities provided: malnutrition screening, provision of nutritional supplements, treatment of acute malnutrition, awareness regarding IYCF, distribution of hygiene and dignity kits, waste management, repairing 11 WASH facilities in schools and clinics, repairing and operating five water sources, repairing water supply network.
Activities provided: the establishment of three PHC level 3 and purchase of three ambulances, medical services, and medication, referral system for emergencies, malnutrition screening, provision of nutritional supplements, IYCF awareness-raising, distribution of 2,000 water tanks and purifying units, solid waste management, running hygiene campaign.
Activities provided: awareness-raising sessions, PSS, GBV case management, vocational training for women and outreach activities.