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How it all began...

The aftermath of the first case of rape (among other horrendous acts) in April of 2011 in Homs, Syria took its toll on men, women and children alike.

Initially restrained by helplessness and the inability to resolve these psychosocial issues, we were fortunate enough to officially initiate the INSAN organization in September of 2012.

Our efforts not only pertain to the Syrians devastated by the war, but to each and every Syrian who endures psychological trauma in any shape or form, whether it be loss, disaster, trauma...etc.

 

Our project is solely committed to assisting others live the life God has meant for us to live.

 

Program’s summary:

We Offer psychosocial support and faith in addition to training field office staff members in refugee camps, while overseeing support progressiveness and making sure it’s carried out in a timely and professional manor.

In addition, we enforce educational campaigns all of which contain specialized materials geared towards psychosocial issues, Islamic faith, and any assistance required in times of catastrophic events.

 

Our Field offices in Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt ( and soon Turkey), collectively manage these issues and assist refugees with utmost care and humanity.

 

One of our latest campaigns, named " Karramany" advocates for putting an end to sexual harassment. Although it is an issue quite evident in the post revolutionary era, it remains an issue that needs to be addressed essentially with no specifications as to where and why. Islam in general strictly forbids harassment in any shape or form. Prevention is the key!

 

Our vision:

An establishment that carries out Psychosocial support to enforce positive attitude in times of trouble, while simultaneously bestowing the faith of God almighty in their hearts and fear stricken souls.

 

Our mission:

Non-profit organization.

A legitimate reference for psychosocial support in the region.

 

Our strategy:

-Implementing a support program detailed to utilize Islamic views in regards to assisting refugees in time of desperation.

-Relying on the organization's program, academically.

-Strict measures are put in place with regard to recruiting field office employees/ volunteers.

-Psychosocial awareness is essential to the program's core purpose.

-Psychosocial support to those inflicted with trauma, catastrophic events..etc.

-Working alongside institutes such as hospitals and civil organizations to spread awareness and shed light on the program's goals.

 

Our places & staff’s number:

Staff’s number: 129 person, 23 of them are psychology specialist. Distributed as follows:

 

Our programs:

- psychosocial support for children; 12 sessions. Aimed at means of relieving tension and feelings of despair ( faith based ).

- 5 needs’ program; 16 sessions.

- Treatment through means of Art.

- Coping with loss of a loved one, aimed at orphans and young children dealing with mourning.

- Support program for women; 12 sessions.

- 12 sessions of social support for the traumatized.