The students work hard every year to observe the living conditions in Syria and present real solutions for the problems
The Syria project was one of the major projects that took into consideration the displaced people and aimed to build proper houses to relocate them from their tents.
I’m grateful for the invite from the university and to join the jury and be able to examine the housing units project for Syria, especially after our shelter projects in NW Syria that we’ve executed within our work in Molham Volunteering Team and the experience we’ve got along the way.
I’m delighted to know that there’re still people who know about the situation in Syria, and it’s an excellent chance for the future architects of the Netherlands to explore the circumstances other countries are going through and learn about new cultures that will widen their imaginations.
I’ve noticed the great development of the projects over the 3 years that I’ve joined the jury, and how they’ve become closer to what we actually need in reality. The students work hard every year to observe the living conditions in Syria and present real solutions for the problems.
I’m thankful for all the people in charge of this project for giving me this great opportunity. "
Tasneem Fatta- PR Manager