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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

Global Voices

An al-Ruqyah al-Shar’iyyah session performed on a young man suffering from headaches. (Photo: Hazza Adnan al-Hazza)
17 Jan 17
Casting spells seen as an effective treatment for epilepsy.
Classrooms have been left empty by the teacher shortage. (Photo: Shafan Ibrahim)
17 Jan 17
The conflict has had a brutal impact on local education services.
A meeting about the progress of Kfar Nabel’s census project. (Photo: Mostafa al-Jalal)
14 Oct 16
Enterprise will help meet the needs of a changing population.
Students attend a computer training course. (Photo: Maha al-Ahmad)
12 Oct 16
New courses offer crucial ways of communicating with the outside world.
Students inside a teaching institute classroom. (Photo: Darin Hassan)
12 Oct 16
Children in Idlib are getting a fresh chance to complete their education.
A wheat field and olive grove in Kfar Nabel. (Photo: Hadia Mansour)
11 Oct 16
Farming has been devastated by the ongoing conflict.
A woman buys vegetables from a street vendor in Aleppo’s Al-Shaar neighbourhood. (Photo: Baraa al-Halabi)
10 Oct 16
The story of one woman's political awakening.
A woman in Aleppo’s Seif al-Dawla neighbourhood. (Photo: Hussam Kuwaifatiyeh)
7 Oct 16
Despite the danger, it was impossible to leave everything behind.
Residents of Bseida patch up their roofs using UNHCR tents. (Photo: Ali Dandoush)
Photo Essay
7 Oct 16
Hundreds of former residents have returned to live amongst the devastation.

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