Adnan Abou Mohamed
Adnan and his wife have four children. The oldest is studying Economics at the Aleppo Univer
sity. The eldest of the two daughters is preparing for her baccalaureat, the other is in secondary school and the youngest child is in primary school.
The family was living in the suburb of Salaheddin in Aleppo which was one of the first to be involved in the conflict and which suffered numerous bombings. The home where Adnan's family was living, after having been repaired once, again suffered extensive damage. Following this, the family moved to Homs for one year while the father remained in Aleppo.
The family has now returned to Aleppo where they have had great difficulty finding accommodation due to some rental practises. As a consequence, after having rented an apartment for several months in the suburb of Hazanieh, they had to move again twice before finding rather precarious accommodation in an empty office.
Finally, the oldest of the four children suffers from a physical disability and is currently receiving treatment in Homs where the mother lives. Adnan, the father, ensures a link between the different members of the family by moving between the towns of Homs, Aleppo and Damascus. Under these conditions, assistance from Coup de Pouce would enable the family to meet their most urgent expenses in the form of accommodation, medical costs and transport.