One would wonder what motivates a refugee living in war-torn Syria to do voluntary work, but the passion in their eyes and the determination they radiate answer the question.
“The seniors are our blessing” An open day celebration dedicated to honour the senior members of the refugee community.
Communication can be as vital as food and water. Information and communication provide insight into people’s knowledge, attitudes, and practices and offers active innovative tools to better support them.
Practicing medicine for more than fifty years, the 74-year-old doctor spends most of his day in his clinic providing medical assistance to thousands of displaced and vulnerable people.
Displaced people living in the camps in northern Syria in very harsh conditions, tired, scared and without access to the most basic necessities to survive. UNHCR together with humanitarian partners are coordinating efforts to bring them life-saving assistance and reduce their suffering.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Office in Syria marked the World Refugee Day (WRD) with different events highlighting refugees’ resilience and talents and UNHCR’s role in assisting them.
The Syria crisis made it difficult for students to attend their final exams in many parts of the country, UNHCR together with partners made it possible for these students to sit for the 9th-grade exams.
Like millions of others caught up in Syria’s brutal conflict, Ayyoush a 72-year-old Syrian displaced woman wants to go back home
Since last February nine Community Based Initiatives took place in Karm AL-Sabbagh neighborhood in east Aleppo to fix lights on columns and walls at the crossings around the streets.
The coastal region in Syria and mainly Tartous and Latakia is responsible for most of the greenhouse vegetables produced in Syria. Storms and conflict have affected many greenhouses and farms on the Syrian coast in Tartous and Latakia. Farmers went into debt, not able...
Between staying in Syria with her elderly parents or leaving to Germany to her husband and son, Nijat was left with a difficult choice.
Shelter rehabilitation scheme has helped some 11,000 people to refurbish homes destroyed by war, with plan to more than double support this year