Due to Covid-19 emerging in Syria in March,2020 schools were suspended immediately to ensure the safety of our children, but what started as a temporary precaution ended up becoming a reality as schools’ closure continued till the end of last school year....Read More
Inspired by the original global themes, the team of Study zone Sadad organized the event to introduce the youth to the concept, discover their skills and to motivate them to cultivate those skills no matter what type they are...Read More
The main objective and mission of the Hope Center and the Micro Projects program has always been serving the Christian families and helping them live a decent life and create resilience in the community in order to preserve the remains of Christian existence in Syria. During these complex challenges that we are going through, the Hope Center keeps spreading Hope, and soon we are reaching to Homs city officially as the center is opening an office in Al-Hamidiyeh area in the city. Same as in Aleppo, the Micro Projects program will offer micro loans to support livelihood in order to either revive old businesses who were damaged in the war or create new opportunities for families to secure a decent and independent life.
Get to know more about the DISC center and what it offers by watching Rami’s story on our You Tube channel.
The ministry of health confirmed that the detected coronavirus cases are (4072) cases, (192) fatalities, (1062) recoveries, leaving (2818) active cases. It was also reported that (126) of these cases are healthcare workers, mainly in Damascus city....Read More
With the increasing expensiveness and the many challenges Syrians face from the food crisis to electricity blockades and the latest Fuel crisis that had a huge impact on life of already struggling community, the need for relief assistance is more than ever...Read More
On its 75th anniversary, the United Nations have launched the largest and furthest-reaching global conversation ever on building the future we want. The need for taking action is more crucial today