AREBA SCHOOL STUDENTS, ACHIEVING THEIR DREAMS BY CONTINUING THEIR EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY…
Our team, in cooperation with the Directorate of Education in Hama, conducted a precautionary survey inside the camps, where it found that the Areba camp, which was established by WATAN UK.
DURING DISPLACEMENT AND TRAUMA, AHLAN SIMSIM PROVIDES A SOURCE OF RELIEF
Many children in Syria suffer from major disorders, threatening the possibility of healthy and integrated development. The war has been going on for a decade, and in order to address these major challenges
A VILLAGE THAT PROTECTS DOZENS OF FAMILIES AND PRESERVES THEIR DIGNITY
Hundreds of thousands of displaced people dream of having a house similar to a tent, but with walls built of concrete. Perhaps it would ensure their privacy, and end their misery caused by the winter storms and rains, and summer dust and heat.
IMPROVING SHELTER FOR THE DISPLACED WITHIN THE CAMPS
A lack of a proper educational system is still absent in many camps in northern Syria. It forces children, who have not given up their dream to pursue an education, to walk hundreds of meters daily on unpaved roads, to reach the nearest schools.
DOZENS OF CAMPS WERE CRYING OUT AND WATAN UK WAS RESPONDING
The suffering of families in the camps of northern Syria is getting worse. Because of the deteriorating health situation, a major project was launched based on increasing the level of hygiene in camps,
SUPPORTING THE CLEANLINESS OF THE CAMPS TO COMBAT THE PANDEMIC
Many camps in northwestern Syria have been experiencing a deterioration in general health and well-being, and the need to address general health has become urgent, so a large project was launched based on increasing the levels of hygiene
AFTER BITTER SUFFERING, HAJJ MAHDI HAS A GENEROUS SHELTER
The residents of northern Syria suffer from a harsh life filled with difficulties, as most of them live in camps that do not protect against extreme weather, so the tents need to be repaired after natural phenomenons such as storms, rain, or high heat.
WATAN UK CONCLUDES NEW AGREEMENTS TO LIMIT THE SPREAD OF THE PANDEMIC
COVID-19 still poses a great danger to the population of northern Syria despite the slight decrease in the number of infections compared to before. To limit its spread, WATAN has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic since its spread in northwest Syria.
TO PREVENT DISCRIMINATION AND EXPLOITATION… SESSIONS TO CURB GENDER EXPLOITATION
People displaced face great risks during crises as means for exploitation increase. WATAN UK held sessions to raise awareness among camp residents in order to protect against sexual abuse and exploitation,
DESPITE OVERCROWDING OF HOSPITALS WITH COVID-19 PATIENTS, THE TWO ISOLATION CENTRES CONTINUE TO OPERATE
According to the EWARN report issued on the 30th of October 2021, the current situation in North-western Syria is still dangerous despite the slight decrease in the number of COVID-19 infections in comparison to last month.