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THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN OF SYRIA’S WIDOW CAMPS: Hardest to reach, most at risk – REPORT

“This report was written by World Vision International.
Lead authors: Delphine Valette (independent consultant) and Alexandra Matei (World Vision International). The authors would also like to acknowledge the valuable contributions to the report of: Brett Tarver, Katherine Shaw, Rawan Abukhadra, Natalia Korobkova, Leah Donoghue and Phiona Koyiet as well as the members of the World Vision Syria Response Advocacy Response Group and MEAL team, including Dr. Ghassan Aziz in his capacity of independent data analyst.
We would also like to extend our gratitude and thanks to the local organisations –Ihsan Relief
and Development
, MARAM Foundation for Relief & Development, Syrian Expatriate Medical
Association (SEMA) and Shafak, who have supported with data collection services inside the
widow camps in Northwest Syria that have informed this report.”

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A Kuwaiti Funded School Built on the Ruins  of the Yazidi Cultural UnionREPORT

“On 29 June 2020, Afrin’s local council, operating under the Syrian Interim Government,  announced it was laying the foundation stones for a new school on the ruins of the Yazidi  Cultural Union, under the name “Afrin”, which was later changed to “Al-Imam wa Al-Khateeb”. The Yazidi Cultural Union, located in Afrin, was demolished along with the monument of Lalişa  Nûranî and a statue of Zoroaster, who are Yazidi symbols. The council stated that the Kuwaiti  Sheikh Abdullah Al Nouri Charity Society is funding the new school project and the White  Hands Association (Kurdish: Beyaz Eller Derneği) is responsible for its implementation and  management.”

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