Resource provision to community is a source of tremendous motivation and encouragement towards self-reliance and autonomy. This is definitely SSSD’s approach to the empowerment of affected communities.
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 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.
Based on our wish to support community-based solutions, the Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD), in cooperation with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), implemented a community-based initiative in the Hameh Girls’ Preparatory School under the title “My Most Beautiful School.”<
In order to activate people’s potential and skills and support solutions emerging from the community, the Syrian Society for Social Development, in cooperation with UNHCR, implemented a community-based initiative at al-Hameh, Rural Damascus, under the title “Dressmaking for IDPs.”