Our primary interest is aiding Christians through financing their own micro-projects that would provide them with income to preserve their dignity and alleviate the calamities of the crisis.

The team at Hope Center reviews and evaluates the projects and the extent to which the applicant has planned for his/her idea. If accepted, the center starts providing funds for the project to initiate.

Besides aiding Christians in need, this initiative aims for reviving the city of Aleppo that has lost most of its economic structure.


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Hair Salon


Since he was young, Zaki loved working in the field of beauty and hairstyling and worked in many salons around Homs until he became skilled enough, he lives with his retired parents in a rented apartment in Al-Hamidia where he started his first steps in this career.

At the age of eighteen, he had a job opportunity in one of the famous salons in Lebanon, which was a very useful experience, and he learned a lot from it. In 2009, Zaki...


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Mini Pick-up Truck


Hussam worked in goods distribution for more than 15 years on many vehicles, but he never had one of his own. He is the only responsible for his family of six; his wife and their three daughters in addition to his elderly parents. 

He started working in this field in 2004, between Homs and the suburbs as an employee for a cleaning materials company, his business was going very well; he managed to build wide relations with many shops and traders,...


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Mini Pick-up Truck


Johnny is a married man and a father of three beautiful daughters; Nathalie (8 years old), Tala (4 years old) and Joy (3 years old), he lives with his family in a rented apartment and he is the sole provider for them. 

Before the war, Johnny used to work in his father’s spices shop, which was later severely damaged and closed in 2012. Unfortunately, he lost his only source of livelihood and had to work in many different professions to support...


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Plumbing Equipment


Shehadeh works as a plumber since 1978, he is the sole breadwinner for his wife and three sons. The family’s only house in Al-Hamidia was damaged in the war and they were displaced to Al-Arman neighborhood where they stayed in a rented apartment. 

During the post-war period, his business was affected by the frequent power outages, which stopped him from working for long hours and decreased his income, also the old equipment he has been using for years had a huge...


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Mini Pick-up Truck


Ghassan is a married man and a father of three; two boys and a girl. He used to work as a driver and worked on many different vehicles throughout his long career since 2001, but the cruel war came along and brought with it painful incidents for the family. In 2014, a shell hit their home destroying a huge part of it while Ghassan’s wife was in there, she was injured by a shrapnel, her injury was dangerous and as...


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Flower Shop


Faddaa is the sole responsible and support for her family, she is a married woman and a mother of two; a girl (Miranda 13 years old) and a boy (Emile 6 years old). 

Her start in the field of flower arranging was in her village Sadad (near Homs) back in 2000, she gained great experience in this profession and it became her passion in life. When she got married, she moved with her husband Ramez to the city of Homs where...


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Photography


Photography has always been Gabby’s passion since 2004; he worked with many professional photographers and learned a lot throughout his career until he became well known in this field. In 2009, he started his own studio by himself and his business was very well.

Unfortunately, Gabby lost his life project when the war began; his studio had been completely burnt with all the equipment and he had to start from scratch. His insistence to start all over again was stronger than...


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Hair Salon


Before the war, Attallah used to work in his hair salon, he was living a simple life with his wife and their three daughters and everything was going very well until the brutal war came and changed their life. 

In 2011, staying in the city was no longer safe; Attallah became unable to reach his salon, which was in an interface area, and later all of his equipment was stolen, this family fled from their house in Al-Hamidia to their home...


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Blacksmithing Workshop


Jihad is a blacksmith, he started his own workshop thirty years ago in the industrial area, and within a short period, he became well known among the other craftsmen for his great skills in this field. Jihad lives with his wife Mai, his daughter Joelle and his son Elia in a rented apartment, and he is the only breadwinner for the family. 

When the war started in Homs, this family fled to Fairouza (a village near Homs) after losing their house...


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Pharmacy


After serving in the army for seven years, Kinan had no other choice but to start his life from all over from scratch. He is a pharmacist, living with his wife Ranim who is a teacher and their two-year-old son Julian.

When Kinan was finally discharged, his simple financial abilities were an obstacle, stopping him from starting his life project, unfortunately, he was forced to postpone this dream and work as an employee for a medicine company. Lately, life started to...


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Pharmacy


Julia is a pharmacist who lives with her parents after her two brothers traveled abroad seeking better job opportunities. The war forced her family to flee from their home in Al-Hamidia to Lebanon, but they couldn’t stay for a long time due to the high costs of living, so they returned to Syria and moved to a village called (Mashta Al-Helou) as Homs was not safe yet and they stayed in a rented apartment for five years, when the family...


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Mini-Market


Her age was never an obstacle and despite all the hardships she faced, Sumaa did everything she could to help her family. She was living a peaceful life with her husband Mousa and her son Ziad in their house until her husband started to have heart problems, his health deteriorated rapidly and later he needed many surgeries. Unfortunately, Sumaa and Ziad couldn’t afford the high costs of hospitals, and they were forced to sell the family’s house and live in...


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