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A displaced family from Aleppo’s al-Fardous neighbourhood. (Photo: Hussam Kuwaifatiyeh)
18 Mar 16
A Syrian woman finds her home city of Idlib horribly changed.
Ghiras activities combine education with recreation. (Photo: Ghiras Project)
18 Mar 16
A new initiative is giving many young people the chance to finish their education.
Solar panels have become a common feature on Idlib’s rooftops. (Photo: Sonia al-Ali)
18 Mar 16
Solar energy is proving to be a blessing in Idlib’s western countryside.
Children suffer during icy weather due to a lack of winter clothing. (Photo: Ahmad al-Salim)
18 Mar 16
Families have been suffering through rain and snow with minimal heating supplies.
A child visiting the exhibition. (Photo: IWPR)
8 Mar 16
Drawings exhibited in Iraqi capital convey moving messages of life and hope.
A memorial in Kfar Nabel honouring the town’s fallen citizens. (Photo: Damascus Bureau)
2016 Women's Day
8 Mar 16
How do you celebrate under the risk of constant bombardment?
One of the training sessions in the IWPR Baghdad office. (Photo: IWPR)
3 Mar 16
Understanding the phenomenon helps develop ways to combat violence and promote co-existence.
Members of Idlib’s arbitration court. (Photo: Sonia al-Ali)
23 Feb 16
Finding practical solutions to civil and commercial disputes.
A woman and her daughter cross the street close to ruins in Aleppo’s Al-Marja neighbourhood. (Photo: Hussam Kuwaifatiyeh)
22 Feb 16
A rare chance to celebrate amid bombing and bereavement.
Workshops focused on learning new social media skills. (Photo: IWPR Iraq)
19 Feb 16
Trainings focus on safety, content and optimising social media impact

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