Eastern Ghouta is a place in the country side of Damascus, in Syria. Nearly 400000 people are living there, but they used to be more than a million. Those people are besieged by Assad regime and its allies. They are restrained from movement, access to food , health. education and even family sometimes. This page is trying to sneak through the siege even if only virtually. to break the restrains to reach out the besieged people dreams, love, joy and suffering. This page is focusing on the daily life and the inspiring resilience of the besieged people. We are trying to create a bridge between those who are inside the siege and those who are outside of it. The besieged people of Ghouta, are facing daily challenges. We as humanity must know and act to face it with them.
Latest posts by Act For Ghouta from July, 2018
"Remember my story. My name is Safa. I was born thirty years ago. Today, I'm forcibly displaced from my home with my three children. I'm now alone, sad and tired."