Orphans of Freedom - Syria
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Figure 1: Implementation Methodology
The LCC would undertake these activities by leveraging our internal network of activists who are ableto travel in Syria and who can conduct site visits to ensure that funds and other donations are hand-delivered to those most in need.. In addition, our traveling teams can develop key success factors forthe overall project and will maintain regular communications with the LCC organization to providestatus updates and communicate about any issues.Thus far, the LCC has identified 23 children in Daeel, Daraa
as candidates for the “Orphans
For additional information, including key statistics, please see
at theend of this proposal.Using the donated funds in Daeel, Daraa, we intend to undertake the activities outlined in
,and expect the benefits as described in the figure.
Figure 2: Planned Activities and Anticipated Benefits
Planned Activities Anticipated Benefits
Life-sustaining support (e.g. food, shelter, clothing)
Provides needed relief
Protects children Art projects (e.g., drawing, coloring, sewing, crafts)
Occupies children with fun yet therapeuticactivities
Enables traumatized children to expressthemselves rather than internalizing their painEducational projects (basic instruction, math,science, language arts, composition)
Affords the opportunity to maintain a semblanceof normal life
Ensures that education continues despitecurrent hardships
Transparency and Accountability
The LCC commits to using all funding received for this project solely for the purpose of developing,
maintaining, and improving the “Orphans
of Freedom” project.
We will provide regular, detailedreports indicating how and where funds have been distributed, as well as the number of orphanssupported.