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Syrian families vulnerable to pandemic. PCPM is building quarantine stations with the UN

Six quarantine stations are being constructed in northwestern Syria, including one consisting of 52 modular houses, supplied by the Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM). Specific help for Syria was possible thanks to a nationwide fundraising action. Today, we cannot forget about the dramatic situation of Syrian families - who remain defenseless against high risk of getting infected. Join our fundraising campaign: pcpm.org.pl/pomoc

Thanks to the Poles, PCPM bought houses for Syrian families

Thanks to the nationwide fund-raising campaign and huge media support, we have drawn attention to the dramatic situation of Syrian families, and we collected funds to buy 52 houses! After crossing 3.5 thousand kilometers, they will reach the most needy families in northwestern Syria, where the biggest humanitarian crisis of this century takes place.

PCPM will deliver 500 homes to war-torn Mosul

Mosul, devastated by the civil war, can hardly be called a place where normal life can take place. After the military defeat of ISIS, residents could return to their homes - but the problem is that they have nothing to return to. The Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) will help them rebuild cities and towns that have turned into ruins.