The Syrian interim government approved the allocation of 166.65 million U.S. dollars to support the education sector in Syria and neighboring countries. The interim government prepared a study for the establishment of the Syrian National University which include colleges of political science, management, languages ​​and vocational institutes. The decision of the interim government was made during its weekly meeting which was concluded on Friday, March 28, 2014 in the Turkish…
The Syrian interim government approved allocating half a million USD to support "our steadfast people in the coastal region" during the weekly regular meeting was concluded today. The interim government also approved the formation of a committee of the Ministry of Culture and Family Affairs, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health to set up joint programs with the European Union countries, the United States and some Arab…
ACU's Information Management Unit released the first report about the Dynamic Monitoring System which is one of the most important statistical research work done in this field so far. The report contains detailed information on the needs in different regions of Syria and covers 79 aspects categorized in five key sectors: coordination, food, water and sanitation, education, shelter and non-food requirements and health. In another context, ACU stressed that the…
Asa'ad Mustafa, Defense Minister in the Syrian interim government, denies reports that he along with officials from the FSA's General Staff and the Syrian Coalition met with Russian and Iranian officials in Istanbul to stop the battle for the Syrian coast. We stress that these claims are baseless and unsubstantiated. We also reiterate our full commitment to the goals and values ​​of the Syrian revolution, and we fully support the…
A Syrian refugee mother of four, desperate to receive food aid, set herself on fire at a U.N. registration centre in the Lebanese city of Tripoli on Tuesday, witnesses said. The U.N. refugee agency (UNHCR) confirmed the incident, adding that the woman in her 50s had been hospitalized suffering severe burns. In the past three years, Lebanon has become home to nearly one million people who have fled Syria's brutal…
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