WA YABKA AL AMAL



"Wa Yabka Al Amal" translates into "Hope Remains" in English and is a Facebook page populated with images of elderly refugees along with short stories about their life experiences to preserve the memory of how life was in Syria.

The project aims at shedding light on these refugees' daily life happenings, their histories, their journeys and mostly their experiences dealing and surviving older wars in Syria.

The project also aims at drawing hope, wisdom and lessons learned about how previous wars have ended so that this war might end as well.

This youth team will be working towards publishing the contents of their Facebook page into a book.

Your funds will go towards seed funding for this project.


Funds raised online reach up to $500 per project while UNICEF covers the remaining amount up to $1,500 for youth to pilot their projects. Viable projects will be selected by a panel of experts and will proceed to receive further coaching, mentorship, and funding upon successful completion of their pilot initiative.
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