The conflict has left millions of Syrian children facing desperate
hardship. In the Idlib province, hundreds of thousands are forced to live in
overcrowded displacement camps where food is scarce and there is no access to
even the most basic amenities or healthcare.
Working with children in Idlib, the Digital Syria initiative’s workshops
provide day-long activities at the intersection between culture, heritage, and
science. Children are given the opportunity to play and eat together, and to
engage in fun and creative activities in safe and nurturing environment.
Several workshops were carried out in Idlib with various
interesting topics for children who expressed the desire to repeat the
Topics such as mosaic making, Arabic calligraphy,
archaeological Drawing, 3D photography, principles of archaeological
excavation, pottery making, cuneiform Writing.
For more pictures of the various workshops, you can visit
the gallery page.