It’s something we all do.
Imagine losing your home where you once cooked for your family and friends in the comfort of your lovely kitchen.
Picture what it’s like for families who now try to re-establish their lives, find work and live as cheaply as possible in tents in the farming areas around Turkey.
It’s a struggle to put food on the table, let alone mourn the facilities you once had.
Cooking is a real chore in the camps we work in. Families make BBQs using whatever they can find – as you can see in these first two pictures – old oil containers, rocks, mud.
On one particular visit, our partners The Tribe Projects noticed families were all sharing a BBQ grill that one of the women had had made. It was lightweight and portable, perfect for their situation.
It was what everyone wanted.
So the team asked their local metal worker friend if he could make 100…and here they are!
The families snapped them up like hotcakes!
Such a simple basic thing that you wouldn’t imagine could be so helpful!
Thank you to The Tribe Projects team for being so innovative and persistent in making life just a little easier for these families.
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