Majd B., a young man in his twenties, lives with his family in a popular neighborhood of the city of Banias. Unemployed, he had no source of income either to support himself or help his father provide for the large family.
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 drinking water after receiving in-kind assistance from SSSD-Tartous, namely, a water tank with its necessary accessories.
Mariam was barely 20 years old when she gave birth to her first child. Although hardly 25, she is now mother to two daughters. Repudiated by her husband, she had to return to her father’s, along with two little girls on her lap, devoid of any source of income to provide for her offspring. She now dwells in a cold, mountainous, rural area, in a small room, built painstakingly upon her request by her brothers, in respect for her privacy.
In order to secure the site of the water spring in the village of Hammam Wasel and offer denizens a safe space to enjoy the beauty of the scenery surrounding the spring, the Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD) in Tartous, in cooperation with the village’s local community,
In order to ensure proper learning conditions for school children in the village of Balghunes, the Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD) in Tartous, in cooperation with the local community, implemented the Clean Is Safe community-led initiative.
Believing in the necessity to promote vulnerable groups in community and help them keep pace with others in securing livelihoods and decent living, SSSD, with support from UNHCR, provided a small cattle farming grant (a cow) to Ms.