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Syria’s women could be key to the future

Idlib province is witnessing a rise in activities aimed at empowering women who have suffered in the ongoing war in the country.

ALEPPO, Syria — The opposition-controlled Idlib province in northern Syria is witnessing a growing female movement that aims to develop the skills of Syrian women and empower them to meet the responsibilities they now have to assume as a result of the ongoing war.

Several women’s organizations have been established in Idlib province since early 2017. The activities they provide are intended to develop women’s skills in various aspects of life, such as psychological support, work, health, media, community, family and children. They also hold events on special occasions related to women.

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