Families in September
Hassan Andron and Samar Al-Essa
My name is Hassan Andron. My wife Salar Al-Essa and I have three children - Zain Al-Abidin, Yazan and Mayar.
In 2013 we had to leave the town of Al-Bab and travel towards Turkey due to the bombings and the insecurity of the war.
In 2007 Zain Al-Abidin was born with a hearing impediment. Things had been progressing well until we had been forced to move towards Turkey. In fact, no school was willing to deal with his handicap and, moreover, the auditory assistance equipment no longer functioned due to it's poor condition and lack of maintenance. In fact, the apparatus has now become obsolete.
With the aid from Coup de Pouce, I hope to find a solution to this problem so that Zain Al-Abidin can continue with his schooling.
My name is Amira Al-Jaryan and I was born in 1981 in Al-Hasakah. With no father I lived in the suburb of Guiran à Hasakah.
In 2015 I left this suburb after the destruction of my home due to the conflict. I then rented another house in a neighbouring suburb where I lived with my mother who was very ill. I began to suffer from the mounting rent and medical expenses. My income was 38,000 Syrian pounds a month, of which I had to pay 25,000 pounds for rent and 15,000 pounds for my mother's treatment.
After four years I have exhausted my ability to pay for the rent, food and medical costs, which adds to my suffering. My hypothyroidism has weakened by body's immune system and I am in need of medical treatment.
Under these conditions, aid from Coup de Pouce would be enormous in helping me to cope with my situation.