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, the work started in Sinjar / Rural Idlib, where the beginning was with implementing several focused group discussion sessions to assess the needs of families and then
Because they are a class of the fabric of this society, and everyone has to accept them and try to integrate them in all aspects of life and services, and within the campaign carried out by the team of the Syrian Society for Social Development in cooperation with the UNHCR, on the occasion of the International Day of Down Syndrome, SSSD(Child Protection Team)held an awareness session on the need to accept children of Down syndrome and the risks of abuse and the need for attent
The Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD), in cooperation with the UNHCR, held a closing ceremony for all VT courses held at al-Hameh in 2018. The ceremony included a video presentation of all the courses held, a drama performance and a dabké dancing show.
Mr. Akram, a 63-year-old retired employee, is a new return to Al Hosen with his family of four and his elderly mother with special needs in a house in the bush far from the city's serviced residential area.
With “small steps” and eyes gleaming with hope, the children filled the ceremonial halls in the governorates of Damascus, Sweida, Aleppo, Hama, Tartous, Homs and Hasakeh, where the Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD) is carrying out its activities.