The Strategic Plan sets out a vision for the evolution of UNDP over the next four years
Six years into the crisis in Syria, during which many lives have changed and many families have faced displacement, hunger, and fear.
Abd Al-Hadi was one of 280 people with disabilities who participated in from UNDP’s rehabilitation sessions in Aleppo Governorate.
Since the start of the Syria crisis, Tartous has been one the most stable governorate and is thus a natural refuge for IDPs escaping nearby conflict areas.
Syria is historically known for its diverse society and unique cohesion in its social fabric and high level of tolerance among its inhabitants of different religious affiliations and diverse ethnic backgrounds.

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