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!
“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.”
Evenings in Ramadan have a sweetness of their own and words have a special perfume. As we, in SSSD, believe that a perfumed word can unfold a smile in a soul, and based on SSSD’s basic role in psychosocial support, the SSSD team, in cooperation with UNHCR, organized gatherings on May 18 and 25 and June 1 under the title Ramadan Tales
In celebration of Mothers’ Day, and in appreciation of the role of mothers—a mother being the one who brings hope and makes us smile in life’s most difficult moments—, the SSSD team in Rural Damascus, in cooperation with UNHCR, held several recreational sessions on the occasion of Mothers’ Day within the Hea
In order to empower people and help them generate livelihood opportunities, in addition to enhancing their self-reliance, the Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD), in cooperation with UNHCR, organized at al-Hameh, Rural Damascus, a vocational training course to teach the trade of carpentry.