Building safe homes and dignified shelters for thriving communities
According to HNO Syria 2023, Nearly 85 per cent of the overall population reported a deterioration in their ability to meet basic needs, demonstrated through a significant increase in the inaccessibility of NFI items, such as clothing, mattresses, and blankets. 2.05
million IDPs reside in last resort sites, these locations lack crucial infrastructure and rely on emergency shelter solutions and continued
Provision of shelter and non-food items (NFI) assistance is a critical and life-saving intervention that provides the affected population with safety, protection from the elements, and health risks that could otherwise increase their vulnerabilities.
BINAA’s Shelter program aims to: