“Too early to work!” – A campaign and event against child labor

How many children you know who engage in jobs totally unfit for their age and physical ability? Children who do jobs that deprive them of their basic rights, like playing and education? And the number of working children whom you don’t know is far greater than those you know!

Event: “Too early for us!”

“In order for the flower to bloom, it must grow under sunshine and be given all possible care. Our children are like flowers. They need so much love and care to exercise their rights properly. We mustn’t let child labor take away their childhood.”

A Story of a Country
The difference of our culture is the secret of the richness of our country. The Syrian society for Social Development in cooperation with the UNHCR organized the "A Story of a Country" event at Arabesque Community Center in Aleppo on the occasion of the International Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development on May 15 in the presence of 112 women from "hear my heart" and "old but gold" programs.
Children's Olympics

The Syrian Society for Social Development, in collaboration with the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Aleppo and its suburbs, organized a sport event on the occasion of the World Day of Sport for Development and Peace, entitled "Kids Olympic".

An event on "how to protect myself"

Out of believing in the importance of carrying out awareness campaigns on the dangers of harassment, the Syrian Society for Social Development, in cooperation with the UNHCR in Gaza Elementary School in Al Sakhour district of Aleppo, organized the "How to Protect Myself" event from 9 to 12 May.

International Women’s Day 2018

Syria holds fast thanks to Syrian women’s initiatives…

Rural Damascus

Jaramana District, Rural Damascus

Awareness Raising about World Humanitarian Day, Hasakeh

Since humanitarian action stems from and expresses the core of Humanity, SSSD Hasakeh, in cooperation with UNHCR Syria, has organized an awareness-raising recreational day to celebrate the International Humanitarian Day (29/08). The aim of the event, through games and dance, was to draw a smile of joy on the faces of children with special needs and to clean the city park, with them taking part.

Helween b’akhlaqna: “Our Morals Embellish Us” Event, Hama

In cooperation with UNHCR Syria, the Hama SSSD team organized the event at the Nawaeer Sports Club, Hama. The aim of the event was to highlight some of our children’s undesirable behavioral traits and offer some solutions… à la SSSD! The event began with SSSD cheers and songs, and continued with drama sketches, a video projection, a puppet show, comics drawing, all illustrating the children’s undesirable behaviors, as well as painting a banner with the event’s title and interactive motor games