In Jordan, over 80 percent of the 750 000 refugees from Syria and other countries reside outside of the main refugee camps. The majority of them live below the national poverty line of €80 per month. To meet the basic needs of refugees in the...
Almost two years ago, Abdullah was hit by a car as he crossed the street in his hometown on the outskirts of Deir-ez-Zor in eastern Syria.
The aim of the CCTE programme is to encourage school enrolment and improve pupils' attendance. The programme has two main components; families receive a cash transfer when their children attend school regularly, and a child protection...
Once a bustling transport link to Syria, the 400 kilometre Lebanese train system was a vital thoroughfare, but since the Lebanese civil war in the 70's, the country’s train tracks serve no function.
Often referred to as Syria's lost generation, at least three million dropped have been forced to abandon school since the civil war started in 2011. Over two million children are estimated to be out of school inside Syria itself.
Just like Zorro, Luay will fight for truth and justice. The look on his face shows that nothing is impossible in this life.
A new reproductive health clinic has been opened in the embattled northern Syrian city of Al-Tabqa, which has been the site of intense fighting over the past five years.
Greece has received a massive influx of asylum seekers fleeing war, many of whom are minors.
To respond to the increasing vulnerability and the myriad needs of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, the EU and UK fund a multi-purpose cash programme through the World Food Programme (WFP). Using an innovative electronic card, the most vulnerable...