Early Childhood Development .. equipping hundreds of caregivers with the skills they need
By the end of last August, Watan had been able to reach 1066 caregivers and 407 children through the “Hello Sesame” project for early childhood development.
Sending humanitarian and food aid to more than 8000 families in Ma’arrat Misrin
The end of August marked the fifth month which Watan continued to respond to the needs of the displaced families in the centre of Ma’arrat Misrin, a sub-district in the northern Idlib countryside, with 80 camps belonging to the sub-district.
Two intensive care units to accommodate Corona patients
Watan also aims to support local organisation and so one way it is doing that is by working with the Kafr Takharim Hospital, affiliated with SEMA, by providing two intensive care units with full equipment.
Sanitisation networks…. to eliminate pollution and its affects
In an important step to eliminate pollution that has been caused by the traditional old ways of liquid waste disposal, Watan completed the construction of the sewage lines and drilling at the following sites:
Continuing to support water and sanitation for dozens of camps in northern Syria
Watan continues to support the water, sanitation, and camp coordination sectors for the most vulnerable people residing in camps and informal settlements in north-western Syria.
30 Health centres equipped with uninterruptible electrical systems
The problem of providing electricity to medical centres is difficult, but considering that some medical devices will stop working without electricity, means no electricity could result in avoidable suffering.
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic … New educational centres
In order to decrease the spread of the Coronavirus, most governments sought to suspend the educational process as a preventive measure to limit its spread.
Humanitarian support for thousands of families affected by Covid-19
In light of the spread of the Coronavirus and the inability to contain it, the suffering of displaced families in northern Syria increased as more of their basic necessities for life went unmet.
COVID-19 Threatens the lives of 1.4 million displaced people in Northern Syria
By the end of July, the number of COVID-19virus cases in northern Syria reached 31, after tests were conducted on about 3500 people.
Drawing the hopes to the children is futures through psychological support || The effectiveness of WATAN Foundation for displaced children
In light of the difficult circumstances and the great pressures that children in Syria- particularly the children in the camps- are being exposed to, WATAN decided to organize an event.
Gameathon: fun and educational competition … a new children platform in the time of COVID-19 || Gameathon: fun and educational competition
Due to COVID-19, children have been encouraged to stay at home and so WATAN developed an entertaining and educational event to encourage children to stay at home and adhere to preventive measures to protect against the risk of spreading the virus.
Raising awareness against sexual abuse and exploitation for students is a basic requisite || Training workshop for 300 teachers and administrators
WATAN is always keen to provide basic knowledge and skills for all teachers and school staff.