A GARDEN IN IDLEB

A GARDEN IN IDLEB

From her home in the countryside, Hamida carefully tends the flowers and trees she planted in her garden. Accents of pink, yellow and deep red fleck the row of green plants that hug the wall of her breeze-block enclosure. The sound of birds travels through the leafy canopy that overhangs the courtyard and the sun casts blotches of dappled light along the ground.

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OVERCOMING THE WORDS ‘I CAN’T’: ADAPTING TO DISABILITY IN TIMES OF DISPLACEMENT

OVERCOMING THE WORDS ‘I CAN’T’: ADAPTING TO DISABILITY IN TIMES OF DISPLACEMENT

Before his injury, Ahmad owned a car repair shop in the countryside of western Aleppo. He was a skilled mechanic, and was comfortably able to support his family. “I built a good reputation. I had a dream to have a nice house and car. After I was injured, I lost these dreams.”

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In the Middle East, PIN assists the most vulnerable people in northern Syria and Iraq. We started working in Syria in 2013 as one of the first humanitarian organisations to respond to the crisis. 

Last year alone we assisted 1,585,889 vulnerable people in Syria.

We started working in Iraq in 2003. Currently, our team focuses its efforts on education, livelihoods, WASH, and renewable energies in the governorates of Nineveh, Salah Al-Din, and Kirkuk, with the country’s main office located in Erbil.

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