FSL Archives - Ihsan Relief and Development

IhsanRD is implementing an agricultural Development Project in Idlib Governorate.

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In pursuit of achieving #Food Security, and the contribution to improve the livelihoods, also to reduce the suffering our families are living nowadays. Ihsan for relief and development is implementing an agricultural development project (between olive trees) in #Kafar_Takhareem – north of Idlib governorate.
The project covers 2200 acres with two crops; chickpeas and bean, and the project is being implemented by the farmer of the same area in addition to other IDPs.
#Ihsan institution had focused on applying training workshops for the farmers, about the techniques used in this kind of agriculture.

The Home Gardens’ Project of Ihsan’s project at rural ‪#‎Homs‬, Syria

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The Agriculture Project is considered as one of the most important resources of ‪#‎Food_Security‬ and income for more than 190 thousand of people in the north of rural ‪#‎Homs‬, and the current siege is posing a direct threat on people’s life there.

The Home Gardens’ Project is considered as one of Ihsan’s project, in which it aims to achieve the Food_Security, and reduce the suffering that our families are living nowadays.

development projects in agricultural and ‪#‎food‬ security sector.

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‪#‎Ihsan‬ for Relief and Development is committed to contribute to the reviving of the agricultural sector through a series of development projects in agricultural and ‪#‎food‬ security sector.

Wheat is one of the most important and strategic crops as it is considered the daily sustenance for people.
In 2015, FAO estimated wheat production in Syria at 2.445 million tons, which means a deficit of 800 thousand tons.
Field trips by Ihsan’s team to monitor wheat plantation process in‪#‎Sermin‬, Idlib’s countryside.

agricultural project executed by #Ihsan in the besieged areas north of #Homs – Syria.

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“Home Gardens” an agricultural project executed by #Ihsan in the besieged areas north of #Homs – Syria.

Within its series of Food Security programs, Ihsan for Relief and Development started its project of Home Gardens in north Homs (Rastan – Talbiseh – Alghantu – Gurnata – Zmimir – Dair Al Foul – Alfarhaneyeh – Almakrameyeh – Alshabaneyeh and Alzafarana).

The project covers 2000 acres of potatoes and beans, 2 acres for each beneficiary/farmer.

The project spans over six months, during which Ihsan will provide the farmers with seeds and appropriate fertilizers, as well as the necessary equipment, fuel and pesticides.

Ihsan Distributes Frozen Meat in the Countryside of Lattakia

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In cooperation with Physicians Across Continents, Ihsan for Relief and Development, an institution of the Syrian Forum, distributed 250 packages of frozen meat donated by the Islamic Bank of Development. Each family received 2 KG of meat, as a part of a campaign to provide 1200 packages of frozen meat to villages throughout Lattakia, ending on Tuesday August 18th. Ihsan is one of the several organizations operating inside Syria which has joined this campaign.

Distributing health baskets provided by the World Food Program

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Ihsan for Relief and Development signed a contract for receiving and distributing health baskets provided by the WFP during September 24-25-26, 2014. A group of international monitors oversaw the operation of receiving and transporting the baskets on Syrian soil. The WFP provided approximately 5000 food baskets with a variety of grains, oils and canned foods. The number of beneficiaries of this project is estimated to be 25,000 people. It is worth noting that each basket weighs 50 kgs.

Providing 50 tons of flour to support a bakery in rural Idleb

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Ihsan for Relief and Development coordinated with Human Appeal to support a Al-Ghadafeh Bakery in rural Idlib by providing 50 tons of flour on September 8, 2014. The goal of the project was to activate the bakery, which provides bread for token prices to 8000 residents in four nearby villages. One ton of flour is enough to produce 10,000 loafs of bread.