There may not be a more important mission than to immerse in raising awareness, and to stress on the crucial role of social distancing and effective-cleaning, in addition to sterilization to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, until a radical medical solution break through. This was the main purpose of our collaboration with the UNICEF in their intensive campaign to raise awareness not only a...Read More
Despite the lockdown that started in late march of 2020 and its importance in the coronavirus spread containment, the impact on the youth was grave. In addition to the tragedies caused by this pandemic such as losing lives and livelihoods, the covid-19 deprived a generation from its chance to contribute to the future and paused their dreams and ambitions as the whole world is living...Read More
Since late March 2020, the ministry of education has suspended the schools in Syria, as a precautious response to the pandemic spreading worldwide. However, missing half a semester is a significant hit to education. It will take many students a lot of time and effort to catch up. Specially that we do not have the option of moving to online learning, since majority of students don’t have access neither to internet nor to computer devices, let alone the lack of electricity itself which is a big problem.
The longer the closure of educational facilities continues, the greater the damage on the educational and development process becomes. Leaving us, when this is all over, with an additional responsibility of filling the gap of learning inequalities that has been widened due to the schools’ closing as a result of Coronavirus pandemic.
Overwhelmed by the economic burdens of nearly a decade of war and sanctions, the economic impact of Coronavirus pandemic became as much exhausting as its effect on the public health department.
Reluctant between two options; whether to postpone the financial aid distributions for social distancing reasons, or to continue in order to reduce the financial troubles that suffocated our society (due to the high prices and suspension of businesses), a compromise was reached. The partners took the responsibility of continuing the distributions, but with the implementation of safety measurements to ensure the health and safety of all beneficiaries.
Some partners extended the distribution period to avoid massive gatherings, others chose to change the location into open spaces to mitigate the spread as much as possible. Of course, all volunteers were wearing masks and gloves, in addition to using sanitizers regularly.
Samir Jerjy’s story is one about endless hope and relentless persistence. After going through war with all its dangers, losing two cars, his hard-worked fortune and his multimillion investment, Samir overcame all the hardships and started a new project; a shop for electrical device retail and maintenance… Despite everything he and his family went through, Samir believes in better days to come..Read More
Every Aleppian resident had once passed by the mesmerizing Al-Hatab Square, sat under the shadows of its iconic fig tree, bought astonishing handmade jewelry from the antique stores, or spent an evening in the Arabic style restaurants; enjoying the essence of the past centuries that manifests itself in every delightful fragrance of the traditional dishes mixed with the smell of the...Read More
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