Community Centers Provide Protection and Releif to Displaced Syrians
Community Centres are safe public places where Syrian women, men, boys and girls of diverse backgrounds can benefit from a variety of protection services.
The UN Refugee Agency in Syria, hand in hand with its partners, has established a network of community centers in different areas in Syria.
These centres are safe public places where women, men, boys and girls of diverse backgrounds can meet for social and recreational activities and obtain integrated protection services ranging from legal aid, education and livelihood support to psycho-social support, SGBV prevention and response and child protection interventions, in accordance with their humanitarian needs.
The services provided through these centers can empower displaced people to cope with the consequences of the crisis and strengthen their resilience.
The UN Refugee Agency has already opened 74 centres across Syria (and aims to open another 26 centres in 2017).