MCC photo by Sarah Adams

Huda Madani (left) and Rosangela Jarjour.

As the conflict escalates, MCC continues to deliver humanitarian assistance to people fleeing from violence and destruction of their homes in Syria. MCC accomplishes this through its partnership with agencies such as Fellowship of Middle East Evangelical Churches (FMEEC).

Huda Madani started her work with displaced people last year when they began showing up in her small village in Syria. She is supported by MCC and FMECC, and is now caring for more than 1,500 internally displaced people (IDP’s). Here are some of Huda’s stories, with translation and contributions by Rosangela Jarjour, the general secretary of FMECC.

The story of two sisters

Two women on the run after their home was bombed arrive in Huda’s village. Translation and contributions from Rosangela Jarjour.

 

The story of a mother and newborn baby

A 35-year-old who lost her home and just gave birth to a baby girl comes to Huda for help. Translation and contributions from Rosangela Jarjour.

 

The story of end of life

People displaced by the conflict in Syria need food, shelter and medicine. But Huda is also dealing with another challenge. Translation and contributions from Rosangela Jarjour.