Muhamed is from Sfireh, a small city near Aleppo, which was one of the first areas to be bombed by the regime at the beginning of the revolution. Before the crisis, he worked at a governmental institution as a simple worker with a low salary. From 1st December 2012, the Government ceased paying his salary.
Before the crisis, Muhamed lived in a rented house in Sfireh with his wife and three children, but when the bombing increased his house was destroyed and he was forced to leave and move to his mother’s house. His sister and her family also moved to the mother’s house as their house was destroyed as well.
Muhamed has become infected with hepatitis C that is causing him pain. In addition, his aid has been cut from the Ministry of Health and he is no longer able to meet his large expenses. His wife is pregnant and will need a Caesarean section, which will cost a lot. Muhamed is unemployed and responsible for the care of his entire family.
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