مبادرة مسارات

Empower 50 Women in Syria with Education

تهدف هذه الحملة إلى توفير التعليم والدعم لـ 50 امرأة من خلال برامجنا المعرفية المجانية عبر الإنترنت. نساعدهن على استعادة السيطرة على حياته - This campaign aims to provide education and support to 50 women through our free online knowledge programs.
raised 793$
goal 9,000$ Donors 13

This project will empower Syrian women impacted by conflict and social injustices. Amid challenges of early marriages and displacement, we aim to provide education and support to 50 women through our free online platform. Let’s help them regain control over their lives, learn new skills, and shape a brighter, equitable future.


Why do Syrian women need your support now?

An entire community of Syrian women has been deprived of education for years due to early marriages, forced migration, extreme poverty, and displacement. They were compelled to prioritize the care of their families amidst harsh life circumstances. However, hundreds of them still dream of returning to school. With our platform and your help, we can guide 50 women on this transformative journey.


How can your donation make a difference in the lives of 50 women?

By providing direct access to our main programs, including school education, student activities, and hands-on skill development, via our user-friendly online platform, we bring knowledge directly to them, ensuring convenience and flexibility. Having already served over 31,322 students from diverse backgrounds, we stand at the forefront of transforming lives.


The sustainable impact of women’s empowerment on society

This project will empower 50 women to rediscover the joy of learning, paving the way for remarkable transformations in their lives. They will be equipped to educate their own children. As women rise, an enlightened and conscious society takes shape, nurturing a future built on awareness and knowledge. Your contribution isn’t just an investment in these women future; it’s an investment in a brighter, more equitable future for all.

Where do the contributions to Masarat's fundraising campaigns go?

All contributions to Masarat’s fundraising campaigns are meticulously allocated to meet the specific needs outlined in each project. For instance, our main focus is education for children, digital literacy, and relief for displaced Syrians. You can choose a specific campaign to support, ensuring that your donation directly impacts the cause most important to you. Detailed information about the allocation and impact of funds can be found on our campaign page specific to each program.

What is Masarat's experience in Syria?

Masarat began its journey in a humble room in Northern Syria, working closely with volunteers to address the urgent and long-standing need for education and support for displaced students affected by the conflict in Syria. We served 40 students in our first year; now, we have accepted over 13,000 students. 

Our initiatives range from educational programs to skill empowerment, academic advising, and vocational training. These programs are designed to equip the youth with the necessary tools and skills to secure fair work opportunities, enabling individuals to uplift themselves and contribute productively to their societies. Our deep understanding of the local context and strong relationships with both local and global partners enable us to effectively address the challenges faced by Syrians today.

How does Masarat ensure the effectiveness of its campaigns?

Masarat is committed to transparency and accountability in all its operations. We monitor and evaluate each campaign to ensure that funds are used effectively and that objectives are met. Regular reports and updates are provided to our donors, detailing the progress and outcomes of the initiatives they support. This not only demonstrates the impact of their contributions but also reinforces our commitment to accountability.

How does Masarat engage with donors and keep them informed?

Masarat values the trust and support of our donors. We keep our donors updated through regular newsletters, detailed reports, and updates. 

 These communications provide insights into how donations are being used and the progress being made in our campaigns. Donors can also contact us at any time for more information about the projects they are interested in.

What makes Masarat different?

Masarat delivers education and knowledge easily and flexibly to beneficiaries using technology and interactive education, which is provided by a group of educational specialists and academic advisors through professional remote learning applications like Microsoft Teams. Additionally, Masarat is committed to providing long-term solutions by empowering individuals with knowledge, enabling them to be competent in their communities and capable of living freely and with dignity, without guardianship from anyone.

Can I designate my donation to a specific project within Syria?

Yes, Masarat allows donors to specify which project they would like their donation to support. This option is available on our fundraising campaign page, where donors can select from a list of active projects each with specific goals and objectives. This ensures that your contribution directly supports the initiative that most aligns with your philanthropic goals.

Is there a fee associated with donations to Masarat?

Masarat strives to ensure that the maximum possible amount of each donation goes directly to our projects in Syria. We maintain minimal administrative fees to cover essential operational costs, ensuring efficient and effective use of funds. Specific details about these fees are transparently provided on our donation page, allowing donors to understand how their contributions are allocated.

How can I trust that my donation to Masarat is used effectively?

Masarat is committed to the highest standards of transparency and accountability. We are vetted by Global Giving a 501 (c3) registered nonprofit that evaluate non-profits based on governance, transparency, and impact. Our financial statements and impact reports are publicly available on our website, providing clear insight into how donations are used and the difference they make in Syria.

Can I contribute non-monetary items to Masarat’s campaigns?

While monetary donations are the most effective way to support our efforts, Masarat occasionally organizes specific drives for in-kind donations based on current needs in Syria. Potential donors should visit our website or contact our office to find out about current in-kind donation opportunities and guidelines to ensure that their contributions are as beneficial as possible.

Can I contribute non-monetary items to Masarat’s campaigns?

No, Masarat does not accept non-monetary contributions such as goods or physical items, as we are not equipped to process them. However, we highly value and welcome the contribution of professional expertise and pro bono services. Offering your skills and knowledge can significantly aid our efforts in various fields, including operations, education, marketing, and project management. If you are interested in contributing your expertise to support our initiatives, please contact us to explore how you can make a meaningful impact through your professional skills. Contact US

How long does it take for my donation to reach the intended project in Syria?

Masarat works diligently to ensure that donations are processed and allocated to projects as swiftly as possible. Depending on the project nature, whether it includes logistics or not. Typically, funds begin to be utilized within a few weeks of receipt, depending on the specific requirements and scope of the project. For urgent relief campaigns, efforts are made to expedite the use of funds to meet immediate needs.

What are the long-term impacts of my donation to Masarat?

Donations to Masarat are not just about immediate relief but are invested in long-term development projects that have a lasting impact on Syrian communities. For example, your contributions to educational programs help prepare students for the work market, train teachers, and provide learning materials, which collectively enhance the educational landscape in Syria for years to come. Similarly, by supporting the educational programs development, you contribute to the establishment and operation of a sustainable model that continue to serve communities long into the future as well as being implement in other regions with similar needs.

How does Masarat handle emergency situations in Syria?

Masarat actively responds to emergency situations by mobilizing resources and coordinating with local communities and other nonprofits to provide immediate relief. Our on-ground presence and established networks allow us to quickly assess situations and deliver aid effectively. In cases of conflict or natural disaster, Masarat provides essentials such as food, water, and relief, while also preparing for subsequent recovery.

Can companies and foundations partner with Masarat for corporate social responsibility projects?

Absolutely. Masarat collaborates with companies and foundations to implement corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives that align with our values and objectives. We offer partnership opportunities in various forms, including project funding, in-kind donations, and employee engagement programs. And we welcome any opportunity to equip our students with the opportunities and resources needed so they can have a dignified living. Our team works closely with corporate partners to ensure that their contributions make a significant impact and meet our common strategic goals.

How do I get involved with Masarat beyond making a donation?

There are several ways to get involved with Masarat beyond financial contributions. We welcome volunteers who can offer their skills and time to support our operations both locally and internationally. Additionally, advocating for our causes through social media and community engagement helps raise awareness and support for our projects in Syria. Interested individuals can contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities

raised 793$
goal 9,000$ Donors 13


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