Iqra Camp is a residential compound built upon the ethos of Iqra’s philosophy of lifting people up and enabling them to become self-sufficient and beneficial contributors to their society. The housing units have a 140 family occupancy which are currently inhabited by 53 families.
The camp is designed to give residents shelter and provide, support in the form of bread, water, power, housing and educational programmes. Each resident is screened, taking into account their vocational and educational background and experience. Residents are requested to volunteer their skills and expertise to benefit the camp for at least ten hours monthly. Services are gradually weaned as beneficiaries become more self sufficient, eventually able to support themselves.
|Beneficiaries||73 Families, 207 IDPs | 10 Employees|
|Demographics||IDPs Families from Aleppo, Hammah, Homs, Idlib and Ghouta Provinces|
|Services||Housing, Water, Electricity, Pharmaceutical & Food Assistance, Sanitation & Maintenance, Ambulance and Security|
|Programmes||Community Service, Vocational Training, Islamic Educational Programme|