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Monday 16 October 2017

HOW TECHNOLOGY HELPS EDUCATE AND PROTECTS CHILDREN IN SYRIA

The conflict in Syria has torn children’s lives apart in countless ways. Many have fled the country, but those who have stayed are trying to survive and continue living their lives.

Monday 9 October 2017

Back to school after four years - Tamer

Tamer* standing outside the mobile bus which visits his camp providing recreational, educational and psychosocial activities once a week. PHOTO: Olive Branch organization

Monday 9 October 2017

It's never too late to learn - Ahmad

 Photo credit: Olive Branch organization

Tuesday 6 June 2017

When donors think outside the box

Violet is a Syrian organization, which started out in 2011 through a network of young volunteers who felt they had to do something for their communities which were suffering as a result of the conflict in Syria. They started out by providing essential aid to families affected by the conflict on a small scale, and have now grown into an organization working to provide humanitarian aid, implementing projects in six provinces in Syria, as the conflict rages on, now in its seventh year. 

Monday 21 March 2016

What does it mean to have been born in Syria five years ago?

Julia was born when the war erupted in Syria, the very first few years of her life were in a town under siege, her father was detained for three years right after her birth, then when he was released they fled to Turkey to start their journey as refugees.

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