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In order to spare the people of al-Cadmus, both displaced and hosts, the trouble of waiting for public transportation

Starting from our motto” on the margins and at the core” and the need to intervene in the most needed areas to secure protection factors for families

Mona, a young woman with multiple sclerosis, benefited from the wheelchair that was offered to her by SSSD in Tartous.

International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated on 8th of March each year to honor women and their contributions to the…

The Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD) conducted a joint activity between the teachers and the adolescent…

Out of the belief of children’s right to free-of-violence- education, the child protection team of the Syrian Society…

Majd B., a young man in his twenties, lives with his family in a popular neighborhood of the city of Banias.

Ms.Siham, a 42-year-old resident of Douma who used to own a photography shop, is now a widow and mother to six childre

Displaced from Raqqa, Salman’s family who currently live in a rustic rural room in the foothills of a mountain village of rural Banias, managed finally to secure fresh drinkin

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