Solid waste management in Damascus countryside

Jaramana 2018-2019

Solid waste management in Damascus countryside – Damascus countryside – Jaramana 2018-2019

 

The project is based on a methodology of working for money by operating a group of the population of the targeted area from the most vulnerable and affected by the war in the process of collecting and deporting solid waste from the town, which contributes to supporting their resilience and contributing to improving their livelihoods by providing job opportunities with monthly salaries that secure their lives Generous, in addition to enhancing community cohesion in the region and spreading a culture of health awareness through campaigns that the authority is setting up for the people in the target area and under the supervision of specialists in health education.

119 job opportunities secured through the project

338 families benefit from awareness campaigns

562 children benefited from the awareness campaigns conducted in the region

2252 families The average number of families in the neighborhoods that were targeted in the cleaning campaigns

It is mentioned that the project is the first cleaning project that recruits women heads of families within the staff and has met the response of the local community.

The project continues for the second year in a row, with the expansion of the targeted areas and the increase in the number of workers, thus providing more job opportunities for the local and host community.