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Teaching sewing in the Darna workshop located in the al-Mashahd neighbourhood in Aleppo. (Photo: Mujahid Abu al-Jud)
9 Oct 17
There was no other way to give us a chance for a new life.
Women learning how to read and write in a literacy courses in the Idlib countryside. (Photo: IWPR)
22 Aug 17
An abrupt end to one woman's beloved career.
Children paint inside the Psychological Support Centre in Aleppo’s Bustan al-Qasr neighbourhood. (Photo: Mujahid Abu al-Jud)
18 Aug 17
Preventing an illiteracy "time bomb".
Women inspect a home in ruins targeted by the regime. (Photo: IWPR)
11 Jul 17
No-one is safe when the warplanes come.
A workshop organised by Basamat. (Photo: Mohammed Ibrahim)
3 Jul 17
Training opportunities open up new horizons for local communities.
An unexploded missile becomes a valuable resource. (Photo: Yazan al-Zaydan)
25 Jun 17
Missiles have become a precious resource for local people who can sell the remnants for high prices.
10 Jun 17
Both young and old are forced to survive as best they can.
Rubbish recycled every day. (Photo: Maher al-Omar)
10 Jun 17
Collecting and reusing waste has proved to be an unexpected source of income.
(L to R) Carla Colomé, 26, reporter and editor from El Estornudo; Marita Pérez Díaz, 27, journalist and eco-editor of OnCuba Magazine; and Elaine Díaz, 31, director of Periodismo de Barrio. (Photo: Vera Penêda)
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8 Jun 17
Writers are making the most of online opportunities.
Women take part in a demonstration calling on Syrian factions to unite. (Photo: Mujahid Abu al-Joud)
3 Jun 17
Hope and unity ends in pain and anger.

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