Emergency response to support partial stabilization of people displaced
At the end of 2020, WATAN concluded the “Emergency Response in the water sector and sanitation and hygiene sector in camps” project in partnership with UNICEF.
Shelter continues to be a problem in North-western Syria
After extending the activities of the project “Distributing essential shelter materials for families displaced” in agreement with the UNHCR, WATAN moved to the second phase, which targets 18000 families. WATAN
Early childhood development.. An important stage essential for children’s well-being
By the end of 2020, WATAN worked with 5,662 caregivers and 3,305 children directly, nearly half of whom were female, through the ‘Ahlan Sesame’ educational project. Working to rehabilitate families,
Wheat: a mean for sustainable development
In one of its most important interventions to support food security and livelihoods, WATAN continues to complete the phases of the project “Supporting the value-added chain of the wheat crop” in 15 villages and clusters affiliated with the Mhambel district
A Complete Production Cycle That Enhances Food Security In The “Mohambal” Sub-District
The programme was designed based on needs assessments, through focus groups that were held with wheat farmers in the targeted area, and after identifying the problems and obstacles they suffer from.
Support 400 Machines For Making Feed…. To Improve The Economic Cycle Of Animal Products
Watan in partnership with the World Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has completed its project “Supporting the feed industry in north-western Syria”.
Counting And Immunising Cattle In Northern Aleppo And Idlib
Watan in co-operation with the World Food & Agriculture Organisation (FOA) completed at the end of the prior month, September, recording and immunising in all the area of Northern Alep-po, and in 75% of areas in Idlib
Vaccinating More Than 14,000 Sheep Form A Deadly Plague
Watan’s mobile veterinary teams in partnership with the World Food & Agriculture Organisa-tion (FAO) completed a vaccination campaign for 141,853 sheep and goats against the plague:
Improving Shelter Conditions For 1500 Displaced Families In Aleppo And Idlib
In response to the needs of the most vulnerable groups of the displaced- who were forced to flee from southern Idlib and the western countryside of Aleppo between December 2019 to March 2020(to areas such as Afrin, Al-Bab, Azaz, Idlib, al-Dana,