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AL-Hassakah: Panel Discussion on Meeting the Issues of the Local Society in NES

2022-11-03
Al-Hassakah, Tal-Hagar, 2022-11-3, 17 organizations held a meeting in terms of discussion directions, behaviors, and the negative-affecting criteria which hinders the coordination between the CSOs and local society in NES.
The session tackled the challenges, issues affecting the organizations, and the administrative policies, and difficulties emerged; including the ideal ways of designing projects which have severely bad effects on the creativity.
And also the session has discussed improving the coordination between local society's interests and the proposed projects.
the discussion covered issues of meeting the organizations' interests at the expense of the local society affecting negatively the process of meeting the interests appropriately.
It is worth mentioning that this discussion is considered the second one after the session that was held at the same month, provided that the other discussions will be held in Raqqa, Deir-ez-Zor at later time.

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