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Published by Hope Center, Aleppo - Syria

Syrians Living in Survivor Mode

A bread loaf, a cup of tea with sugar, a warm home and a piece of meat for dinner… these are all very normal and basic everyday habits for most of the world, but for a Syrian family they are words that bring out all the emotions which aches their hearts… To wake up and have the first things in your mind to be “what are the hardships that I will encounter today, here we go again with a new battle to win a gas bottle or few liters of fuel” thinking about this with ice-cold feet in the midst of November and an almost empty fridge....

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Cardinal Mario Zenari meets Hope center team

On the 26th of March 2021 during a visit to Damascus city, Hope center team was honored by the visit of Cardinal Mario Zenari the apostolic nuncio to Syria since 2010 The team took the opportunity to share their vision and talk about the challenges they face in order to carry on with their mission, specially that Syrians today are grappling an economic crisis more dangerous..

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Study Zone - Jaramana opening

It has been one success after another for the study zone family, as it has shown that having a study-friendly space for students that offers comfort and basic services is what youths need to stay motivated and excel in the academic field despite the challenging reality....

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Study Zone – Mouzeina opening

On the 6th of April 2021, the youths in the village of Mouzeina celebrated the opening of a new Study zone in their town. The opening ceremony was held with the presence of several church representatives, and the President of Al- Hwash Private University...

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Happy Easter from Al-Sharek School!!

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A study zone for all ages!!

Meet one of our youngest Study Zone attendant. This little visitor started a new phenomenon when she showed up at the Latakia Study Zone accompanying her father who comes regularly to the zone. The enthusiastic reader has encouraged many others of her age to join her in the center and enjoy quality reading and writing, especially now that schools have closed prematurely and children have so much more free time on their hands.

Micro Projects Monitoring and Evaluation Report

Since the launch of the Micro Projects program back in 2018, the journey of Hope had started with more than 349 projects. The program that is based on giving financial support to purchase the needed equipment and requirements to start a micro project and revive the lost businesses, it became one of the main programs of Hope Center which aims to serve the families and offer them a decent life by securing an income for their livelihoods....

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