Anti-Child labour

During the Syrian crisis, child labour was addressed as one of the main serious issues facing children in Syria, affecting their education, and endangering them to several types of abuse. Many poor families who were displaced during the war in Syria had to resort to child labor to secure their livelihoods which made Child labor rampant. In response to this urgent need, We established the Anti-child labour project in Damascus city and it's rural to help vulnerable children and their families, keeping the objective of returning to school at the head of its goals.

We started this programme in the countryside of Damascus, with a total target number of 541 children. The project focuses on children who have dropped out of school and have enrolled in child labour to support their families financially. Through the project, each child is provided with all the needed equipment, including the school uniform, stationery, school transportation fees, medical support, clothes and school registration.