Solid waste management in Damascus countryside

Harjala – Qudsaya – Qudsaya suburb 2015-2016

Solid waste management in Damascus countryside – Harjala – Qudsaya – Qudsaya suburb 2015-2016

Including the 9 temporary shelters in the regions

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 region, which contributes to support their resilience and contribute 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.

Region Number of shelters Number of surrounding neighborhoods The number of families within the centers Number of housing in the targeted surrounding neighborhoods Number of Workers
Qudsaya 5 5 438 15000 43
Qudsaya suburb 3 10 801 15000 32
Portability 1 5 400 5000 25

100 job opportunities secured through the project

1639 families in the centers benefited from hygiene and awareness campaigns

35,000 families is the population of the targeted surrounding neighborhoods