Where We Work
Enabling Dignity in Urban Displacement
RPI is currently working with grassroots nonprofit implementing partners in southern Turkey and Lebanon to co-design, fund, and monitor humanitarian projects implemented for Syrian refugees and IDPs across the Middle East. RPI’s nonprofit partners are responsible for the implementation of past and/or ongoing projects in the following locations:
Locations of projects in southern Turkey:
Location of projects in Syria:
- Underserved neighborhoods of Aleppo
- Daraa province
- Eastern Ghouta
- Idlib province
Location of projects in Lebanon:
- Bekaa Valley
- Shatila (upcoming)
Shaded areas = Areas of Interest | Circles = Projects by RPI’s nonprofit partners
Launched in 2012, Basmeh and Zeitooneh implements humanitarian and livelihoods assistance for Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Turkey and Syria, with a focus on women and children. This NGO is registered in Lebanon and Turkey.Basmeh and Zeitooneh
Based in Turkey, Olive Branch has benefited thousands of internally displaced persons in Syria since 2012 through its projects in education, humanitarian aid, development, and agriculture. This NGO is in Turkey and Lebanon.Olive Branch
The Sustainable International Medical Relief Organization was established by a group of Syrian doctors in 2014. Registered in Turkey, SIMRO implements strategic medical relief projects in Syria.
Multi Aid Programs was set-up by a Syrian neurosurgeon in 2013. Registered in Lebanon by 2015, MAPS has provided over 400,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon with non-formal education, health care, continuing education, community service, and relief items.
Aosus is a grassroots NGO, which operated within the once besieged Syrian city of Douma, Eastern Ghouta, and its surrounding areas. Aosus has provided educational and recreational opportunities for children, relief items, and support for livelihoods.
The Ulfah House initiative was led by a Syrian expatriate in Gaziantep, Turkey, to provide vital housing and livelihoods support to vulnerable women and children fleeing Syria.Ulfah House