السيد ف ص من مواليد 1972 غير متزوج يعيش بالبيت مع اخاه و زوجته و مسؤول عن اعالتهم و هو المعيل الوحيد للعائلة لان اخاه اخاه يعاني من المرض وكحال الاف العائلات السورية توجه لمستقبل يفتقدون فيه المال من اجل الدواء ل اخاه الامر الذي ادى للفقر و العجز في
السيدة ر س، متزوجة ، تبلغ من العمر 33 عاما، وليس لديها اولاد، الزوج لا يستطع العمل بسبب وضعه الصحي ان ر وزوجها نازحين من محافظة دير الزور ويقطنون في بيت اجار ويعيشون مع والدها الكبير في السن ووالدتها وبيت اخوها المتزوج وعنده اولاد.
السيد ع ص متزوج ويبلغ من العمر 41عاما من سكان مدينة تل براك ولده 5 اطفال 3منهم من ذوي الاحتياج وواحدة منهم طالبة وحاليا يعيش مع اسرته في منزل اجار في مدينة الحسكة بعد تدمير منزل بالكامل نتيجة الحرب في تل براك.
Hayat, 39, is married, with five children. Her husband is a professional carpenter, a family trade he inherited from his father. He used to own a large carpentry workshop equipped with all the necessary tools but lost all his productive assets due to the Syrian conflict and the precipitous displacement from Saqba, where his trade was established.
Mrs. Tharaa (who hates to be called by that name) is 38 and comes from the city of Qamishli, Governorate of Hasakeh.
The story began when Tharaa was introduced to al-Salam Community Center by one of the beneficiaries in the Women’s Committees, who felt that it was necessary to help that woman ease the tension and relieve the terrible pressures she was experiencing.
Abu Samer, 56, is a man who is, in his very person, a summing up of the ongoing Syrian Crisis. After being displaced with his wife and four children, he ended up living in a shop where there is only one empty square meter to sleep over their belongings, with neither a bathroom nor a kitchen (all had to go to the neighbor’s to relieve themselves!).
When he was monitored by ORVs, his son’s burial paper was still in his hand in the aftermath of a bombing in Bab Touma forty days before. At this point, there was more crying than talking!
Souad is 60. She fled Aleppo to Rural Damascus, Jaramana, with eight married children. Displacement forced them to live and their families together with their mother in the same house. With the deteriorating living conditions, the family faced material hardships and financial pressures and, soon enough, problems caused by cramming so many people in a small space surfaced and made things even worse.
Fatima, a 42-year-old resident of the Sett Zeinab district, was displaced with her family, who are currently settled in Rural Damascus, Jaramana. She has six children and her husband has been suffering over the past five years from repeated brain strokes. This forced her to work twice as much as her husband could not work to earn a living. She was concerned that her children get a decent education and tried her best to secure their basic needs “in an average material situation,” in her own words.
While monitoring the local community at al-Zahira district, we met Mrs. Samar al-Sayeq, 53, displaced from the Yarmouk Refugee Camp. Samar’s family consists of a husband who is ill (lumbar disc herniation) and unable to work, a sick son and his wife, and a repudiated daughter. All of them live together and have no source of income but selling bread in the street.
Mr. M.B , 35 years old, is married and the sole supporter of his family consisting of his wife, three children, as well as his brother's widowed wife and two nephews. He has been displaced and lives now at al-Zahera in a rented house.