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“Unfortunately, social media took away our privacy and exposed us to many risks and exploitation. There is no longer a private life; everything now is available to the public”.


It is a deprivation of childhood. A danger that negatively affects children physically, mentally, psychologically and socially, and exposes them to many risks. It is child labor, which spread gravely and increased its risks under the Corona pandemic.


Due to the emergency conditions imposed by the precautionary measures to address Coronavirus, and the lack of communication means with the beneficiaries of Home-Based Rehabilitation program for children of displaced families. Home Rehabilitation Program officer at Beit Al-Yasmin, conducted home visits to follow up the progress of training and…

Along with its humanitarian work, in helping the needy families especially the breadwinner women, who do not have a steady income. The Community Initiatives Team of the Syrian Society for Social Development at Beit Al Yasmin Center in Tartous, implemented…

"The natural place for my son is in the school, but the conditions are stronger than us" expressed one of the women in the awareness campaign entitled "School Is My Place" in the World Day Against Child Labor, which implemented by the Syrian Society for Social Development in cooperation with UNHCR at Ward Jury Center with the participation of…

In light of the current economic conditions and the prevalence of child labor, a team from the Syrian Society for Social Development with the support of UNHCR, visited and followed up some of the displaced families in Harrison and Al-Hami area.

In the light of the current conditions and the state of fear and stress that afflict students in the stage of preparing for the final exams.

As part of its humanitarian work, by supporting and empowering families who lost their breadwinners and people who were affected during the war, the Syrian Society for Social Development in Tartous, with support of UNHCR, implemented a small project management course in which 16 beneficiaries participated.…

In order to help students, prepare for the basic education certificate exam this year. The Syrian Society for Social Development in Tartous is conducting remedial and revision courses for basic education certificate students, in cooperation with…

In light of the precautionary and preventive measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and to emphasize the importance of health practices, SSSD’s team distributed 3200 hygiene kits that included soap, washing powder, toilet papers, towels, 10 and 20 liter-bottles, lice shampoos, and diapers, in Hama. Furthermore,…

From the start of the covid-19 pandemic, SSSD has made significant efforts in order to prevent and control the emerging virus in Syria, through intervening in most Syrian governorates, and targeting the most vulnerable populations and those in most need. Interventions varied, and included sterilization campaigns,…

The Syrian Society for Social Development conducted disinfection campaign for the Syrian Society for the Prevention of Visual Impairment. The campaign included raising the awareness level of the beneficiaries (especially visually impaired children) about…