They now live in a crowded temporary camp with their mother and their aunt, Sara*. Life is hard in the camps – especially with the children’s additional needs. Their mother was too traumatised to speak to us, but Sara shared what had happened.
‘I have no hope for the future,’ Sara said. ‘We live in this camp, where we have no home, no money and no identity cards.’
Fadi is one of 79.5 million people worldwide who have been forced from their homes¹. The coronavirus pandemic and overcrowded conditions of the camp make him and his family even more vulnerable.
Tearfund is following Jesus where the need is greatest to reach some of the world’s most vulnerable people. Together we can restore a sense of home and hope. By choosing to give regularly, you can help us consistently release families like Fadi’s from poverty and hardship.
£7 a month over a year could provide vital emotional support from a clinical psychologist for a person traumatised by their experiences of conflict.
You can provide a lifeline to people like Fadi around the world to give them a safe place to call home and a chance to live a brighter tomorrow.
*Names changed to protect identity
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