Zoom In opened a project to educate war victims about professions that help them
to rely on themselves in light of the lack of job opportunities for healthy people and
the marginalization of society for war victims who lost their upper or lower limbs or
both. It lasted for nearly 6 months. Some of the training included teaching the
professions of “Phone repairs – motors operation – the art of mosaic making”. After
six-month of training, the trainees were able to open shops, work there and rely on
themselves in order to support their families.
Help and protect refugees and war victims. My productive livelihoods.
The number of beneficiaries is 55 war casualties of young men between the ages of
18 and 30 years old.