Supporting the future of Syria and the region
The Syria crisis may have drifted from news headlines as the world remains engulfed in the COVID-19 pandemic, but the plight of the Syrian population remains urgent and ever more critical.
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Every year on 19 August, World Humanitarian Day is celebrated to honour humanitarian efforts worldwide. This year’s theme set by OCHA is Women Humanitarians and supports the recognition that women deserve in the strengthening of global humanitarian response as well as in protection efforts under the international law.
Partnering with Dublin blogger Humans of Dublin, we set out to tell the stories of some of the women who make Concern what it is. In the lead-up to World Humanitarian Day and over a three-day time period, our overseas and Dublin-based teams shared short snippets of what it's like to walk in their shoes for a day. Check out their stories below and find more across our Facebook and Instagram channels.
Every time I visit the camps, I always ask to see them and whenever I do, they talk to me as if I’m family
We were living in the middle of nowhere, where the rain would wash away our tent and we would have to rebuild it in the middle of the night.
Check out more stories from Concern's overseas team across our social channels or visit Humans of Dublin to hear all about our Dublin based humanitarians.