On the 26th of October, 85 young men and women headed to the conference palace in Damascus to participate in the first Gathering of Syrian Christian Youth Leaders. The opening ceremony began with the blessings of their Eminence Patriarch of Antioch and all the east, followed by the blessings of the Apostolic nuncio to Syria and the Head of the Latin church in Syria....Read More
Children University in Aleppo opened its doors to register young attendees on the 1st of June 2022, and since this was the first time this concept was implemented, it had unprecedented success with more than 200 children applying for the project. During the first phase of the project children were introduced to the different specializations such as media, medicine, science, engineering, and informatics, and started participating in English courses to enhance their speaking skills...Read More
Children university is an educational program specially designed for kids between the age of 6 to 16.
Christapor, a business administration student, and his brother were young and ambitious and in their spare time they would join their father in his workshop and help as much as they could. Everything was good until the war broke into Aleppo city in 2012 and things took a different turn. Soon they lost their workshop and equipment as the whole area was occupied by armed groups, he recalls their last day in the workshop saying: “It was Saturday, news spread that they were getting closer but we didn’t think for a second that it would be our last day there. We closed our workshop and everything was gone, we didn’t have any chance to take our belongings”. ...Read More
There are several ways to celebrate this day, volunteering and giving back to community is one of the options that, as a part of the world student’s community, Study zone centers in Mouzeina village and in Homs city opted for...Read More
The battle for safety and a prosperous future is not the only battle that Syrians are fighting. The dire humanitarian situation created by years of conflict, have put the water scarcity at the head of the most urgent needs. Insufficient and poorly distributed rainfall, severe drought conditions combined with low water levels in the Euphrates River and damaged water infrastructure have not only reduced access to water for drinking and domestic use for millions of Syrians, but also triggered substantial harvest and income losses, an increase in water-borne diseases and malnutrition rates and additional protection risks....Read More
Over time, the partnership between Hope Center and beneficiaries gets stronger forming a bond. But, as the project aims to create resilience and promote financial independence for families, our journey with the supported families come to an end when they are capable of moving forward and open a new chapter filled with Hope...Read More
“My experience in HDISC had a big impact on me, considering all the different educational and personal development I have experienced; without it I would have not figured out my real capabilities”...Read More