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

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Visitors admire the artwork. (Photo: Bukhityar Hassan)
Photo Essay
23 Sep 16
New project develops skills of aspiring female artists.
22 Sep 16
Field hospitals and healthcare clinics are providing free treatment.
A guest whose leg had been amputated participates in the event. (Photo: Ahmad al-Akla)
Photo Essay
21 Sep 16
Awards handed out at event attended by prominent revolutionary figures, intellectuals and NGO workers.
A group of teachers wait for their interviews. (Photo: Mostafa al-Jalal)
20 Sep 16
Recruitment campaigns in liberated areas are aimed at boosting the sector.
A woman and her children inspect their bombed-out house in Aleppo’s Al-Mashad neighbourhood. (Photo: Salah al-Ashqar)
19 Sep 16
Trapped at home by tanks and mortar shells.
Awards are distributed to the winners of the Idlib competition. (Photo: Amina al-Yousef)
15 Sep 16
An initiative aims to encourage and inspire people to pursue their education.
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.

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