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03/02/2016
Ahmad, Zikra and Assil, three young Syrian refugees refuse early marriage and want to make their choices of life.
 
UNFPA supports Syrian youth through youth centres which provide them with safe spaces; information; counseling services; educational, recreational and skills-training activities; and vocational and volunteerism capacity building trainings.
03/02/2016
Aida and Sanaa, Syrian refugees in Jordan, speak about how joining the UNFPA-supported Women Girl Safe Space in Sweileh, help them survive the difficult times.
 
UNFPA supports 21 women and girls centres and safe spaces in Jordan delivering psychosocial support, medical and legal referral, sexual and reproductive health care including pre and post-natal services.
03/02/2016
Hamida, Syrian refugee in Lebanon. though that she misses her old friend back in Syria, still she was able to make new ones and survive the pain and suffer during the war with the support of UNFPA.
 
UNFPA supports 11 Safe Spaces in the five region of Lebanon, delivering psychosocial support, medical and legal referral, sexual and reproductive health care including pre and post-natal services, recreational and skills-training activities to empower women and girls and expand their choices in life.
03/02/2016
Syrian women refugees in Jordan explain how their lives changed after joining the UNFPA-supported Women & Girls Comprehensive Centre in Zaatari camp.
 
UNFPA supports 21 Women Girls Safe Spaces (WGSS) in jordan where some 5000 women and girls, including refugees from Syria, can attend recreational and skills-training activities and awareness-raising sessions and get counseling on gender based violence (GBV) every month.
03/02/2016
Malak, young Syrian refugee, lives in Balqa governorate, Jordan.  She refused to get married, wants to complete her education and become a policewoman.
 
Some 5000 women and girls visit the 21 UNFPA-supported Women Girls Safe Spaces (WGSS) in Jordan to benefit from various activities that respond to gender based violence (GBV) every month.
03/02/2016
kholoud - social worker at UNFPA-supported Women and Girls Safe Space (WGSS) in Zaatari camp, Jordan - talking about how she benefited from being part of the WGSS and about its positive impact on the lives of the women and girls visiting it.  
 
About 5000 women and girls can attend awareness-raising sessions and get counseling on gender based violence (GBV) every month at the WGSS.
04/02/2016
Faten Taleb, Syrian refugee, lives in Egypt.  She can access psychosocial support at the UNFPA-supported Maadi Safe Space for Women managed by Care International. 
 
UNFPA supports 5 Women and Girls Safe Spaces (WGSS) in Egypt where around 800 – 1,000 women and girls, including refugees from Syria, can access psychosocial support and awareness-raising sessions on gender based violence (GBV) and attend educational, skills-training and recreational activities every month.
04/02/2016
Asma' Al-Shorbaji, Syrian refugee, lives in Egypt.  She has been visiting the UNFPA-supported Obour Safe Space for Women managed by Syriana NGO, to learn reading and writing.  
 
UNFPA supports 5 Women and Girls Safe Spaces (WGSS) in Egypt where around 800 – 1,000 women and girls, including refugees from Syria, can access psychosocial support and awareness-raising sessions on gender based violence (GBV) and attend educational, skills-training and recreational activities every month.
01/03/2016
UNFPA, the European Commission, the United States, and Jordanian partners jointly mark the safe delivery of 5,000 plus babies in the UNFPA-supported reproductive health clinic in Jordan’s Zaatari Camp.
 
UNFPA believes that every Syrian woman and girl has the right to have access to affordable reproductive health care and be effectively protected from gender-based violence. UNFPA and partners are scaling up efforts to empower and improve the lives of Syrian women and youth and impacted communities in host countries, including by advocating for human rights and gender equality, to better cope with and recover from the crisis.
03/02/2016
Amal, Syrian refugee, telling her story and how she and her family benefited from the services provided at the UNFPA-supported Women Girl Safe Spaces (WGSS) in Sweileh, Jordan.  
 
About 5000 women and girls can get psychosocial support and attend individual/group counseling sessions every month at  the WGSS.

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