Because the success is the ultimate result of working hard,The Syrian Society for Social Development in Aleppo, in cooperation with the UNHCR office, held a celebration for the suc

A tiny word with a vast meaning, Eid combines joy and love, refreshes tolerance and the desire to visit relatives and reconnect with friends…

The Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD) continues to intervene at the Adra al-Balad temporary shelters that had been specially fitted out to accommodate IDPs from East Ghouta.

Based on the importance of supporting and empowering young people economically and believing in the need to involve everyone in the recovery of the society according to his desire

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.”

While monitoring the local community at al-Zahira district, we met Mrs. Samar al-Sayeq, 53, displaced from the Yarmouk Refugee Camp. Samar’s family consists of a husband who is ill (lumbar disc herniation) and unable to work, a sick son and his wife, and a repudiated daughter.

السيدة ف ع تبلغ من العمر 37 عاماً، أم لصبيين وبنت، متزوجة من السيد مازن ف ط الذي هو في عداد المفقودين بسبب الحرب الدائرة في البلاد، وهي مقيمة في قرية الزللو وليس لديها ما يعيلها فقررت البحث عن عمل أو من يدعم وضعها بعد فقدان زوجها

أ.أ شاب من قرية التون الجرد عمره28سنه، تزوج في عمر 26 وقرر الانتقال مع زوجته للعيش في مدينة دمشق من أجل العمل، حيث استأجر منزل في حي شعبي قديم، وبدأ العمل في شركة خاصه دوامين في اليوم، وخلال السنة الأولى من زواجه رزق بطفلة، وفي إحدى الأيام وأ