Families in February
Fadi Issa Malas and Nivine Nader
Fadi and his wife Nivine have two boys.
The elder Issa who is 13 and Rafi who is 8. The family lived with the grandparents in an apartment in Raqqa in the suburb of Tadaka. Fadi was employed in the general office of the Euphrates dam.
In February 2012 the family of six had to leave Raqqa due to the hostilities. They found refuge in Homs for a period of a year and a half.
At the end of 2013 this family left Homs for the Valley of the Christians. Fadi works in the mornings as an employee of the Mesiemé dam and in the afternoons for an agricultural company. Because of the high cost of rental, half of the income from his two jobs goes towards rent for the accommodation for his family.
In these circumstances, aid from Coup de Pouce would help this family meet their essential expenses and ensure the eduction of Issa and Rafi.
Yasser Lachel and Ramaz Allouni
Yasser Lachel and his wife Ramaz Allouni have three children - twins Basel and Mahrer who are 17, and Sama aged 15. The family lived in Deir es-Zor where Yasser worked as an engineer while his worked as a secretary. The twins were preparing for their baccalaureate while Sama was in year 10.
Following the confrontations which ravaged the region, Yasser’s family decided to leave Deir es-Zor and abandon their belongings to go to Hassaké,
where they found a house to rent for 30,000 Syrian pounds a month. Meanwhile, the health of Yasser deteriorated and he now suffers from a heart problem and has difficulties with concentration. It is therefore more difficult for him to find work despite the fact that he is willing to accept any employment at all.
Aid from Coup de Pouce would essentially ensure the continuing education of the three sons of Yasser and Ramaz.