Open Doors is working in three of the largest Christian communities in northeast Syria to provide aid, emergency relief and long term support. We recently spoke with one of our partners in the field to hear how the relief is going at the Evangelical Alliance Church in Hasakah.
Nazira Asyo is an Open Doors partner in Syria. She’s a confident and busy woman in her sixties and manages the Hope School in Hasakah. She’s also a member of the Evangelical Alliance Church—and oversees Christian relief and aid.
“The families were so happy with your help, ” Nazira says with a big smile. Through your support, she’s helping 45 Christian families who fled for the Turkish invasion last week from Ras Al Ain and Darbasiyah.
“I serve about 45 Christian families that are displaced from Ras Al Ain and Darbasiyah, and a few families from Tal al Khabur, there were some bombs that fell there, but now it’s stopped,” Nazira says.