If we take a quick look on our micro projects, we can instantly notice the dreadful reality which reflects the case of a whole society. With the start of the lock-down, shops (besides pharmacies and supermarkets) were completely banned from opening...Read More
Samira now is still optimistic about the upcoming days, next month she will be able to reopen again, of course she is planning from now about all the precautions she is going to apply to make sure that the place is sanitized and safe for her customers...Read More
Although two months in lockdown set the Study Zone family apart, but for the busy bees working in the study zone centers around Syria it was not a wasted time! On the contrary, some of the zones like in Damascus branch and Al-Mahatta in Homs, made a good use of the lockdown to work on new decorations for different corners in the study spaces to create new, more positive and modern space for the students, who recently started visiting their favorite place to study and prepare for their end-year exams. It’s worth to mention that during the lockdown, the Study zone staff did not lose the hope on reunion with their pioneer students, and they transferred some of their activities to the social media platforms to keep their contact with the students while keeping a social distance for the safety of everyone.
Wrapping up the second semester of 2020 with many questions rising about the future of education after Covid-19 pandemic spread. while our schools were excited to embark the second semester with lots of educational plans and activities,...Read More
On the 13th and 14th of May, the team of Homework Room (supported by Saint Nicholas foundation), distributed 100 packages of hygienic and food basic materials to the families of children...Read More
“My ambitions are limitless” she says, “ I’m looking forward for the future, I have a lot of dreams to make true, sketch’s to execute, a Syrian imprint in the fashion domain, and I want to achieve them in my country and for my country...Read More
Coronavirus’ global spread could be the final straw that will burst an urgent humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country