Amid 12 years of war and destruction in Syria, hope can sometimes feel out of reach. But there are always those who bring hope and happiness, like volunteer Yahya Arja. Yahya tells his story of spreading joy amid the struggle of rebuilding life in Syria.
By building a life out of destruction, Yahya doesn’t only spread joy, hope, and happiness to the children of Syria. His work also plays a key role in keeping children safe, as many children are injured or killed playing in a dangerous area or coming across remnants of war.
The White Helmets are a humanitarian organization, also known as the Syrian Civil Defense, that provides aid and rescue services in Syria during times of war and natural disasters.
Since their formation in 2013, they have rescued thousands of people from bombed buildings, provided medical assistance to the injured, and been the first responders on the scene of many bombings. Despite the danger and difficult conditions they face, the White Helmets continue to bring hope and help to the people of Syria.
The White Helmets are often the first responders on the scene of a bombing, and they work tirelessly to save as many lives as possible. Despite the danger and difficult conditions they face, they continue to bring hope and help to the people of Syria.
For years following 2011, thousands have lost their lives at the hands of Bashar Al-Assad’s regime. The streets of many Syrian cities have been destroyed.
Millions of people have lost their homes and have been forced to evacuate the country due to Bashar al-Assad and Russia.
nearly 5 million Syrians are currently displaced within their country and are in desperate need of assistance and support. In an effort to help those in need.
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