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A sewage network is installed in Kfar Nabel. (Photo: Maha al-Ahmad)
14 Sep 16
Damaged infrastructure is being restored, transforming the daily lives of thousands of people.
A student attends a hospital training. (Photo: Maha al-Ahmad)
14 Sep 16
Free medical training is being provided in a range of disciplines.
A lecture at the medical institute in Kfar Nabel. (Photo: Hadia Mansour)
12 Sep 16
Bringing health services to those who desperately need them.
The Rahma residential project. (Photo: Ahmad al-Salim)
12 Sep 16
Newly-built villages in Idlib provide a fresh start.
A woman searches for her child among dead bodies in Aleppo. (Photo: Salah al-Ashqar)
10 Sep 16
When the regime attacks, tragedy is never far away.
The lone vehicle the forensic facility owns and uses to carry out its work. (Photo: Damascus Bureau)
23 Aug 16
A team of medical examiners have the grim task of recording the city's fatalities.
Trucks carrying Barada aid for distribution. (Photo: Razan al-Sayid)
23 Aug 16
The Barada organisation is helping improve the lives of displaced and poverty-stricken families.
Members of an FSLA documentation centre at work. (Photo: Sonia al-Ali)
23 Aug 16
Offices set up in opposition-held areas process civil, legal and family issues.
16 Aug 16
A mobile kitchen helps people who have been displaced.
A woman carrying a child walks past Aleppo’s fire station. (Photo: Hussam Kuwaifatiyeh)
16 Aug 16
It's hard to look away when the violence seems endless.

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