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Since Faith in Actions makes a big difference, GOPA-DERD’s team implemented rehabilitation works for a large number of homes, shops, and public facilities in various regions and throughout the Syrian geography during the first half of 2022.

The start was from the city of Palmyra in Rural Homs, in which our team implemented the restoration and rehabilitation works for more than 40 damaged apartments. Then the works moved south towards the city of Ain Tarma in Rural Damascus, where about 47 apartments were restored, while in the city of Kafr Zita in the northern countryside of Hama, according to estimates, about 90% of its infrastructure was destroyed by the war, Khaled expressed his happiness with the rehabilitation of his house by GOPA-DERD’s team, where he goes to work today, ensuring the safety of his wife and four children in their newly restored house.

According to the efforts of GOPA-DERD’s team to restore life to the areas where war had left visible scars, our team carried out restoration and rehabilitation works for a number of public facilities that were destroyed during the war, where the restoration and rehabilitation took place of Adra Secondary School for Girls and to Al-Jarba Health Center in Rural Damascus, and Al-Jalma Health Center in Hama.

It is worth noting that the number of projects implemented by GOPA-DERD’s team during the first half of 2022, amounted to about 45 different projects in the entire Syrian geography, distributed among 587 restored apartments, and the rehabilitation of more than 250 commercial shops and the restoration of 4 schools with school furnishings. In addition, distribution of 100 containers in Lattakia, and the extension of a 616-meter-long sewage network in the city of Qatana Rural Damascus were implemented, bringing the total number of beneficiaries from these works to 141,248 noting that the circle of indirect beneficiaries benefitting from these projects and measuring their impact on the ground may often be greater than what can be counted in numbers.