BINAA Organization for Development was established in 2013 by a group of Syrian engineers, entrepreneurs and expatriates who have worked in engineering and humanitarian fields in many countries. Rehabilitation and rebuilding affected communities are the core of the BINAA mandate. These include the provision of a safe and decent living environment for the conflict- affected population via the effective utilization of acquired engineering experiences and methodologies, with the aim of restoring destroyed communities by introducing durable solutions, and efficient energy, water and services infrastructure systems. The creation of BINAA was the natural evolution of this mandate. BINAA’s founders saw that community involvement, humanitarian response and preparedness in rebuilding Syria were essential to providing support, development and empowerment to communities and individuals in need.
Licensed in January 2014, in Turkey, BINAA is a non-governmental, non-profit humanitarian organization that utilizes community involvement to identify and provide support, development and empowerment to communities and individuals in need: BINAA operates based on the understanding that sustainable development and societal participation are essential in helping communities identify their needs.
BINAA’s main activities are in Northwest Syria, with permission to operate in both Idlib and Aleppo. BINAA coordinates and
implements its projects in full adherence and commitment to the principles of humanitarian action. The Organization has strong community acceptance on the ground through its presence and staff, and the quality of its projects.