The “Wounded Shelter Project” initiative aims to provide a safe shelter environment for displaced individuals with injuries, with the goal of improving their living conditions and ensuring a dignified and healthy life. This is achieved by offering a range of services that include providing shelter in various forms, such as camps and temporary or permanent housing, while ensuring privacy and dignity for the displaced individuals with injuries.
Shelter and Non-Food Items
The main components of the “Wounded Shelter Project” include distributing essential non-food items for daily life, such as seasonal clothing and cooking supplies, in addition to providing shelter sets and heating systems. Displaced individuals with injuries are a crucial part of this project, as it involves providing necessary treatment phases, along with care in the shelter, supplying healthy food, securing necessary transportation means, and offering translation services and required medications. The project also focuses on providing essential medical equipment to ensure the complete and effective meeting of the needs of displaced individuals with injuries.