A small shop in Damascus offers Syrian refugees the opportunity to get an online gift.
A Syrian family of five is trying to make ends meet by working as a cleaner and working as an office worker in a coffee shop.
“I don’t have money, I don’t want money,” said Mustafa, who has spent his whole life in Damascus.
“The shopkeeper is just happy to give me a small gift, a small piece of paper, and I like it,” he added.
Mustafa said he likes to donate his time because it is good for the community.
“We are very lucky, we don’t even have to worry about paying taxes,” he said.
A small Syrian family living in the capital of Damascus, Damascus, is desperate to get a piece of printed paper and paper with a note written on it to give to Syrian refugees, in Damascus, Syria.
Al Jazeera’s John Sexton reports.