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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.
We support our society
We make faith
In 2012, recognising 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.
Food security and Livelihoods
Shelter and NFI
Beneficiaries we Reached
Communities we reached
In 2022, main interventions in this sector were regular food assistance, Multi-purpose Cash (MPC) assistance, , Ready to Eat Rations…
Syrian earthquake devastated an area that was already a disaster zone – and highlights the vital role of local aid…
Statment of Executive Management on the AlHole Camp
Most of the Syrian IDPs families are living difficult conditions in the camps, which is the
(Ar-Raqqa National Hospital and Ar-Raqqa National Stadium, 20 September 2020)
Years of war in Syria had torn the social fabric of the country. In response, Bahar had partnered…
My name is Muhammad Ismail, and I am a displaced student from the countryside of Ma'arat al-Nu'man, currently…
This is the story of a Syrian woman who tragically lost her husband in the war and is…
Azima Abdulrahman Yusuf is a 45-week-old female from Jandisirs, Al hamam village, and a host community member. When…
Says About Us
With our commitment to "Rebuilding Communities," Bahar aims to improve the lives of those we serve at physical, psychological, and social/community levels. While our direction is clear, we recognize the need for adaptability and innovation to navigate the inevitable challenges faced by both our organization and the communities we work with in the future.
Education has been severely affected, with nearly 2.5 million children out of school and 1.6 million more at risk of dropping out. Half a million children suffer from chronic malnutrition, while areas such as northwest Syria face the imminent threat of acute malnutrition reaching emergency levels among displaced children in hard-to-reach areas and camps.
We have passed another year of suffering and misery for the Syrians, where they have endured increasing hardships and needs in all sectors, amid declining international interest in finding a solution to the Syrian crisis. Bahar has continued taking on the responsibility of bridging the growing gap of needs, adapting to doing more with fewer financial resources. Tremendous efforts have been made by hundreds of workers in the Bahar organization to stand by the vulnerable groups. We have increased our focus on advocacy at the donor and decision-makers levels to create a glimmer of hope for millions of Syrians. We reaffirm our commitment to working diligently to remain the voice of the voiceless and marginalized people.