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
Community Centres are safe public places where Syrian women, men, boys and girls of diverse backgrounds can benefit from a variety of protection services.
“Our good will is to preserve and restore the old souks and khans to what it had been for centuries”
“The soul of Aleppo is still there, and there is optimism and there is hope,” said Sajjad Malik, UNHCR Representative in Syria.
Survivors of fighting from East Aleppo are recovering amid harsh winter conditions, collective shelters of Jibreen, Aleppo.
Amidst destruction and damage to most of the city, they went to check on their homes, only to find their homes in ruins after years of fighting.
UNHCR staff enter the ancient city of Aleppo, a World Heritage Site since 1986.
Frontline humanitarian workers capture the heartache and hopes of the recently displaced.
Hamdiya almost gave up to a bitter choice for the sake of her children, until she was introduced to UNHCR’s legal aid programme.
The UNHCR’s livelihood toolkits contain essential elements. Carpenters, like Kamal, received an electric drill, hacksaws and other tools needed for their profession.
UNHCR reached 80,000 students with educational assistance so far in 2016, thanks to donors like Educate A Child, and implementing partners like PU (Premiere Urgence).