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“When young children died, they were working in the land. We didn’t understand why and how.

As part of the Youth Initiatives Program, the Syrian Society for Social Development in Tartous held training workshops

Many professions and industries in Suran, especially small and micro enterprises, were directly affected by the crisis

“It’s been ages since I last held a book or played a game... Our days are spent in work on farmlands and projects...

The Child Protection team, in coordination with the Educational Support Department at Beit Al Yasmin Center in the Syr

In order to raise population’s awareness about the risks of unexploded objects (UXOs), the Syrian Society for Social D

Because child labor is considered a violation of childhood and a heavy burden that exceed the child’s size and capability, causing risks that enda

The inclusion of children with disabilities with their peers is considered a social and humanitarian necessity to enha

“The street is a double-edged sword, it is fun to play in but, at the same time, it may contain risks and people we sh

“I’m thrilled I learned ways to integrate my brother with the rest of the kids,” said an adolescent girl who participa

Celebrating small inspiring achievement 

Due to the current conditions and the psychological pressures that some women suffer from, the psychological support team at Beit Al Yasmin Center implemented a session for the women on psychological stress and its impact on physical and psychological health.