El Rahma Bakery

1st Mercy Bakery in Turkey

Food Security and Livelihood

The project is a bakery which refugee families can benefit from in the Turkish city of Sanlıurfa. The Project will be set as both charitable and profitable. Bread will be distributed to orphaned families as well as sold at to ensure the provision of financial resources that can guarentee the continuity for the project.
El Rahma Bakery project will contribute to strengthening and supportingof refugee families in the host communities in Şanlıurfa by providing bread to 1,000 refugee families that do not a have breadwinners, they will receive break without having to deal with transportation and time. This represents the charitable aspect of the bakery’s work. Free bread represents 40% of the project’s work, and the rest is a profitable commercial project.
The project will also sell bread through delegates approved by the project management, in order to save the bakery expenses and ensure the continuity of bread distribution to orphaned families. The profitable bread sale represents 60% of the project’s work.In case 2.5tons of flour had beeen used, 7500 packs will be produced daily.

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El Rahma Bakery

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Main Activities of the Project


with official authorities


involvement and announcement of the project

Develop the Bakery

Contracting with a company to develop the bakery

Renting and equipping

the place


Deciding on the beneficiaries of the project


with representatives for profitable sale

production process

Installing the oven and starting the bread

Media Documentation

monitoring and evaluation of the work


Sending periodic reports

Syrian Revolution

After nearly ten years since the Syrian revolution, and the absence of any real prospect for a political solution in Syria, the Syrian refugees ceased waiting for the end of the catastrophic war in order to return to their country. However, they have decided to immigrate trying to adapt and adapt to the new conditions in the Turkish society, dreaming of the starting a new life, or a reborn, so to speak. The statistics issued by the Turkish Ministry of Interioraffairs show that the number of Syrian refugees has reached three million and 635,000 in Turkey, of whom 429,000 live in Şanlıurfa alone. Thus, making them 21.1% of the city’s total population and a percentage of 51.8% of them “do not want to return to Syria in any way,” according to official Turkish statistics.
Most Syrian refugees live in poverty and many depend on outside support to survive Legal, social and economic constraints impede their ability to find employment, often limiting them to low-paid jobs in the informal sector, which highly affects their ability to fulfill their basic needs and negatively affects their food security. This has been a cause leading the school-age children laborand the marriage of underage girls due to the families’ inability to provide for their needs and the absence of any financial resources that provide the basic needs of the refugee families, particularly orphaned families
The project will be implemented in the Turkish city of Urfa, which is located in the southeast of Turkey. The city extends on a large border strip of up to 200 km, adjacent to the Syrian border, and neighbored by three major disaster-stricken cities, Deir ezZor, Raqqa and Al-Hasakah, as shown on the map.For this reason, this city is the one of the Turkish cities that hosts Syrian refugees. It is targeted byfamilies with no breadwinners due to the cultural and social similarities they have. Therefor, a large number of 429,000 of Syrians have decided to seek refuge in the city.

Project Description

The Humanitarian Authority for Relief and Development is going to manage the project with high efficiency, in accordance with a plan that servesthe importance of the project to achieve its general objectives through the implementation of the project as follows:

Technical Specifications

Triple bread production furnace has a very high productivity of up to 10,000 loafs per hour as a maximum. However, dual bread production ones can make a maximum of 6000 hours per hour, though the price difference s between the two ovens does not exceed $ 15,000. The oven described bellow is an Italian triangular furnace and the oven consists of the following main sections and accessories