Al-Dwair Makeshift Center Ready to Receive Civilians Fleeing Ghouta

DAMASCUS COUNTRYSIDE– Minister of Health Nizar Yazji and Minister of Social Affairs Rima al-Qadri inspected on Sunday the makeshift center which is prepared to receive civilians fleeing Ghouta through the safe corridor of al-Wafdeen Camp in Damascus Countryside.

According to SANA, al-Dwair makeshift center is fully equipped to meet all the needs of the civilians escaping from Ghouta, Minister of Health said, adding that the center has been provided with vaccines and various medicines in addition to a medical team providing its services to all residents of Al-Dwair, and it is also ready to receive civilians of Ghouta at the safe corridor and move them to the center and provide them with all necessary needs and accommodation requirements.

Martyrs' Families: Martyrdom a Bridge to Victory

In appreciation of the heroic achievements and great sacrifices of the Syrian Arab army in defense of the homeland against takfiri terrorism, the "Saedaat Souria Al-Kheer" Group in Lattakia province recently held a ceremony to honor some Syrian army martyrs' families and wounded army personnel.

Highlighting the event, the Syriatimes e-newspaper interviewed some of the participants who all stressed the importance of backing the hero Syrian Arab army, the protector of the homeland, by working on ground to provide moral and material support for the wounded soldiers and the martyrs' families as well as for the families affected by the terrorism of the takfiri armed gangs. 

Enhancing cooperation between Syrian and Russian civil society associations discussed

Damascus - Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Rima al-Qadiri discussed with a delegation from the Imperial Orthodox Palestinian-Russian Society enhancing cooperation between the Syrian and Russian civil society associations, SANA reported.

Member of the Board of Directors of the Society Oleg Fomin talked about the historical and deep-rooted relations binding Russia and Syria.

MP Amira Stephano to ST: Free Healthcare, Education Services Have not Stopped Despite War on Syria

Services of reproductive health and education have been available free to all citizens in Syria and they have not stopped throughout the terror war being waged on the country, Syrian MP said.

Dr. Amira Stephano told the Syriatimes e-newspaper on Wednesday that the constitution of the Syrian Arab Republic provides for protecting motherhood and childhood and taking care of youths as well as ensuring equal opportunities for women and men, so services of reproductive health and education have been available free to all citizens in Syria and they have not stopped during the terror war on the country.

Bazaar in Homs to Mark Conclusion of 16 Days of Activism to End Violence against Women

HOMS– A bazaar was kicked off Saturday at Safir Homs Hotel, on the occasion of conclusion of the16 Days of Activism to End Violence against Women campaign, SANA reported.

This year’s campaign, which was launched under the theme “Women’s education makes peace”, is sponsored by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), in cooperation with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and a number of NGOs working in several provinces.

Message of Gratitude

Nothing is more beautiful than appreciation and gratitude when it comes from your friends or relatives, to feel that they remember your pain and hurt and trying to comfort you... To find them at a time when you think that you have been forgotten just like the others who have been forgotten in this country which is full of tragedies. 

A small word, (may God have mercy on your martyred son), returns to you the hope that this martyr is still in the minds of friends and neighbors as it is in the heart, soul and thought of parents.

On Int’l Day for Elimination of VAW, Syrian Experience to Empower Female Survivors of Violence Proved Successful

DAMASCUS – “Orange the World, Leave No One Behind” is the title of the UN’s initiative launched on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence which occurs on November 25th every year.

According to SANA, the campaign, which lasts from November 25th till December 10th, aims at raising awareness of the negative effects of this phenomenon with more focus laid on improving the situation of the weakest and most neglected group of people in the world, particularly female refugees, displaced women and those affected by conflicts and natural disasters, in addition to rallying world public opinion about all forms of gender-based violence against women and girls and promoting the local and international communities to exert more efforts in order to reach effective and final solutions to put an end to it.