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In response to people’s massive return to Khan Sheikhoun, rural Idlib, and in order to quickly assess the needs and identify risks to returnee families, the team of the Syrian Society for Social Development…

Due to the increase in prevalence of school drop-outs, which is often associated with child labour, the Syrian Society for Social Development (SS…

In an effort to help the local community solve its problems, the Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD) team, in…

In response to the recent return of about 300 families to their homes in the town of Khan…

In the context of skills development of children with specific needs, and in order to enhance the latter’s self-…

“Together to Build a Promising Generation” was the title of the two-month event carried out by the Syrian Society for…

“As the proverb goes: One day with you, one day against you. Alas, days were always against me… “expressed Mr. N A in one of the Hear-My-Heart Programme sessions for men.

Mr. NA, a single young man born in 2000, was an IDP from the area of Tal Ahmad. He lived with his orphaned nephews in an unfinished house that was…

A.TH is a 17-year old young man coming from an internally displaced family.Speaking…

Alaa Mahmoud, a 10-year-old female child, suffering from Down syndrome, her 9-member family fled Sbenieh around 5…

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