Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) and the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) laid the foundation stone for a project to establish an integrated city in northern Syria
In a collaborative effort to support Syrian refugees and displaced individuals, QFFD and AFAD laid the foundation stone for the integrated city in northern Syria, to support Syrian refugees and displaced persons
The ceremony was in the presence of Mr. Khalifa Al-Kuwari, the Director General of QFFD, HE Mr. Süleyman SOYLU, MINISTER OF INTERIOR in Turkiye.
This integrated city will provide comprehensive services and target 50,000 individuals. It will consist of 5,000 apartments and public facilities, including a mosque, a shopping center, 3 schools, and a health center.
The infrastructure of the city will also be developed, including the construction of roads, public parks, an electricity network, and water tanks, aiming to provide a decent living for Syrian refugees and support their resilience.
The cooperation between QFFD and AFAD is part of the fund’s efforts to support the Syrian people. Since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, Qatar has been committed to responding and providing humanitarian and relief assistance to the Syrian people, based on its steadfast belief in their right to a decent life.
These essential aids have encompassed various projects covering key sectors such as health, education, economic empowerment, as well as relief and winter assistance