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International Women’s Day“Equality for a Better Tomorrow”

Out of the belief of the important role women play in the community and in honor to women’s contribution, the Syrian Society for Social Development team, Lama’et Dahab, conducted an event “Equality for a Better Tomorrow” celebrating international women’s day at Al-Zahira Center, Damascus, with the participation of 88

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A Dot of Light in the Darkness of My Life Huda’ story

Ms. Huda is 34 years old and has four daughters. She used to live in Babilah where, in accordance with local customs, she married at 15 a young man aged 21. He was unemployed, living in his parents’ home, and even receiving his pocket money from his mother, which gave the latter tremendous power over the couple.

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

A number of awareness sessions and recreational activities were held at the Nabd Community Centre, as well as in the Salkhad area and surrounding villages to raise awareness about gender-based violence and other related issue. The occasion was seized to introduce the 16-day campaign against GBV, why the campaign was launched and for what purposes.

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Livelihood Skills

Livelihood Skills

To empower juveniles to find a job after leaving the Female Juvenile Center in Damascus,SSSD in cooperation with UNFPA conducted vocational training courses in the center, namely, hair stylist and wool knitting.
Hair stylist course

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Girl’s Right to Education

Girl’s Right to Education

In cooperation with UNHCR, SSSD carried an awareness campaign pertaining girl’s right to education in Deir Al-Asafir, East Gouta. The campaign targeted women, adolescent girls and boys.

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Child Marriage

“Even though I am happy with my life and my husband provides me with everything I need. Due to the fact that my parents forced me into marriage at the age of 15, I find myself against the idea of child marriage,” according to a beneficiary from Aman Community Center, Zibdiyye, Aleppo.

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