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Giving a voice to Syrians

Supporting the Displaced Populations/Refugees
Syria

In January 2017, French photographer Philippe de Poulpiquet spent two weeks with HI’s teams in Jordan and Lebanon. Every day, they went out to visit Syrian refugees, including numerous victims of explosive weapons.

"Bombed" exhibition | © HI

« Bombed » exhibition

This exhibition, supported by ECHO (the European Commission’s Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations) gives a voice to these civilians, whose lives were turned upside down in a few short moments. Their stories reflect a terrible reality shared by hundreds of thousands of Syrians since the beginning of the war in 2011.

Here is the online exhibition

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Sondos

Sondos is 8 years old and comes from the Ghouta, in the suburbs of Damascus. A few months ago, she was the victim of a bombing with her family. Still very marked by this event and now refugee with her parents in Lebanon, she is accompanied by a team of HI that gives her psychological support sessions.

 

 


Molham

Molham was just 9 years old when he was wounded by a stray bullet in Homs, Syria. In 2014, her family fled the fighting in the country and took refuge in Jordan. HI accompanies the young boy with physiotherapy sessions and psychosocial support since his arrival in the country.

 

 


Hussein

Hussein is 15 years old. At the end of 2016, he was injured during the bombing of Idlib, in Syria, in which half of his family was killed. He had one leg amputated and took refuge in Lebanon where he received support from HI. “I don't think about the future, I don't have one...”

 

 

 


Khaled

Khaled was just one year old when he lost his leg in a bombing raid in Syria. He also tragically lost both of his parents that day. He now lives with his aunt as refugees in Lebanon. Since he arrived in the country, HI has provided the little boy with psychological support sessions.

 

 

 

 


Hozeifa

Hozeifa was injured in 2016, during the bombing of Idlib in Syria. He is now paraplegic and lives in a tent with the rest of his family in Lebanon, where they have taken refuge. HI is helping him to adapt to his new circumstances by providing psychological support and physiotherapy.

 

 


Mayada

Mayada, 48 years old, is from the suburbs of Damascus in Syria. In 2014, her house was bombed. As a result of her injuries, her leg had to be amputated. She has been living as a refugee in Lebanon for two years and has been fitted with a prosthesis by HI which monitors her progress through regular physiotherapy sessions.

 

 

 

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