SETF-Adopt-a-village-Project

The Adopt a village campaign is designed to allow average Americans help and support average Syrians. The campaign’s goal is to support freedom, democracy, and the civilian administrative councils in liberated Syria to provide food, infrastructure, and basic services to the people in these communities. We work with the Civilian Administrative Councils of Khirbet Al-Joz, Adhar, Miskina, Bdama, and Sarmada. 

On his last trip to Turkey and Syria, Political Director Mouaz Moustafa arrived in Khirbet al-Joz two days after its liberation from Assad forces. He visited with refugees who were returning after over a year to repopulate Khirbet al-Joz. While they returned to find that their houses had been looted and burned, Moustafa commented on the remarkable positivity of these people who only wanted to rebuild and move forward to a free and democratic Syrian society. Our goal is to further facilitate these civilian administrative councils until they can function on their own or until an international actor can take over with funding.







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Syrian Emergency Task Force
Adopt a Village Project
888 16th St. NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20006


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