Maram Foundation for relief and development

  • slidebg عربي 1

    عربي 1111


مرام في الإعلام

مجالات العمل

قطاعات العمل الإنسانية التي تعمل فيها مرام


Governments are responsible for protecting the rights of refugees, stateless and internally displaced persons (IDPs). Humanitarian agencies are mandated to assist states to fulfill their obligations with due consideration for the Humanitarian Charter, Protection Principles, and the internationally defined Core and Minimum Standards to be attained during a humanitarian response.


Education is a basic human right and essential protection measure in situations of displacement. Quality education saves lives by providing physical protection from dangers and exploitation often present during displacement. Education can convey life-saving information to children and their families, strengthening survival skills and coping mechanisms which can be essential during displacement

الأمن الغذائي

People should have access to adequate and appropriate food and income generation opportunities in a manner that is accountable, ensures their survival and well-being, prevents erosion of their assets, and upholds their safety and dignity.


The mission of Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) is to ensure equitable access to shelter and protection for displaced persons living in communal settings, to improve their quality of life and dignity during displacement, and to advocate for solutions while preparing them for life after displacement

المياه والإصحاح

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services must meet basic needs. Providing these services in sufficient quantity and quality is urgent for people to survive, stay in good health, and maintain dignity.

المأوى والمواد الغير غذائية

In addition to Food Security, people should also have access to adequate non-food items (NFIs) and housing/shelter, as all people should be provided with the means to live in safe, dignified, and appropriate living conditions. .




مشروع تم إنجازه


موظفين داخل تركيا وسوريا


قيمة الإسهامات المالية الحالية والسابقة

أهم المشاريع

Education 4
Protection 1
  • توزيع مجلات أطفال

    distributes a children’s magazine to over 100 distribution points

  • تدريب مهني لسيدات سوريات
  • مطبخ مخيم الزيتونة
  • مخيم الزيتونة

    Maram Foundation for Relief and Development’s first and the most challenging project.

ماذا نعمل.

منظمة مرام للإغاثة والتطوير

The Maram Foundation for Relief and Development (MFRD) is a non-profit organization concerned with the implementation of humanitarian projects within Syria and neighboring countries.

مركز بيتي

The Bayti Center for Orphan Care directly shelters and cares for 60 children in Reyhanli, Turkey

مكتبة عاصي

The Asi library aims to spread knowledge through a diverse collection of books in Arabic, Turkish, and English.

مراكز الياسمين

The five empowerment and psychosocial support (PSS) centers are established inside Syria, and positioned to offer their services to approximately 12,000 women and girls

مدارس الحكمة

A bright future begins with a good education. The Al-Hikmeh Schools teach 420 Syrian children, grades one through six

تقرير المدقق المالي الخارجي

يمكنك الإطلاع على التدقيق المالي الخارجي لمنظمة مرام لعام 2015 من خلال الرابط التالي

شاهد تقرير 2015

من نحن

The Maram Foundation for Relief and Development (MFRD) is a US-based nonprofit formed by Syrian-Americans which strives to provide relief to refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in need. Our first initiative was the establishment and management of the “Olive Tree” Atmeh IDP camp in Syria, home to thousands of IDP. MFRD has been operating in and around Syria since 2011, and currently designs and carries out its project through and implementing arm of the organization in Gaziantep, Turkey, registered locally and separately there as Nur Dernegi

The name “Maram” was taken after meeting an inspirational young girl who was hit by Syrian government shrapnel and paralyzed. Talking to her, and hearing her inspiring words, convinced the founders that more was needed to provide real support--both in aid, and operations to assist in efforts for victims of war.

MFRD first initiative was again to establish and manage the "Olive Tree" Atmeh IDP camp on the Syrian side of the Turkish border, in the governorate in Idleb. After witnessing the thousands of IDPs sleeping outside, and without shelter, MFRD immediately purchased and set up the necessary tents--thereby establishing the camp for IDPs. The "Olive Tree" Atmeh IDP camp remains to this day, sheltering well over 11.000 people, and is now managed by the Syrian people themselves.

اتصل بنا

نحب أن نسمع منكـ لذا لا تترد بالتواصل معنا من خلال النموذج أعلاه أو الأرقام التالية

تواصل معنا اليوم

Sarigulluk Mah, 61006 sokak, no:12/C
Gaziantep, Turkey.
(0342) 323-0014