Increased Access to Child Protection and Reintegration Services for Conflict Affected Children and Adults in Syria

Project Categories: Protection Projects.

The project involves delivering of ERW awareness to children and adults in schools and communities, conducting awareness raising events for children and adults on child rights, child protection and prevention of family separation, providing psychosocial support activities to 6000 vulnerable children in Child Friendly Spaces, providing psychosocial sport (PSS) activates to 20.000 vulnerable children through out reach teams.

Save My Right to Education

Project Categories: Education Projects.

Save my Right to Education project aims to improve access for girls/boys to equitable education and learning opportunities. And to improve quality and relevance of formal and non-formal education within a protective environment.

Emergency Risk Education and Contamination Surveys

Project Categories: Protection Projects.

This project targeted many categories in the community and aims to reduce the threat from Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and returnee’s/host communities in Syria through the delivery of Risk Education (RE) and detailed/basic contamination surveys...

Community-Based Protection for Syrian Women and Children

Project Categories: Protection Projects.

Project aims to improve the protection environment in northern Syria through the provision of services to vulnerable women and children and strengthening the capacity of local protection actors, specifically related to gender-based violence (GBV) and child protection (CP). The project will target the community level to support GBV survivors and mitigate...

Child Friendly Space

Project Categories: Protection Projects.

Neighbourhood CFS is a shelter for children has a daily capacity during daylight hours (10 hours / 6 days) up to 150 children in the targeted areas by bombing or near fire lines. Shelter contains of entertainment, educational and pedagogical sections that attract children and prevent their presence in streets and open areas, thus limit the likelihood of disability or death resulting from random shelling.