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ARE ABOUT THE PEOPLE WE SERVE: THE SYRIAN PEOPLE.
Panel discussion at Phillips Exeter Academy with Ambassador Robert Ford; Lina Sergie Attar, CEO of the Karam Foundation; and Andrew Hertig of the PEA History Department on WAR ON THE INNOCENTS: THE SYRIAN HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
Read about Karam's
SCENTS OF SYRIA project and
FORBES' 2015 top-tweeted article!
The CHICAGO COUNCIL ON GLOBAL AFFAIRS
discussing Syria and the global refugee crisis with Karam Foundation's CEO, Lina Sergie Attar.
Urban farming in war-torn Aleppo
An urban farm in war-ravaged Aleppo is helping provide food for some of the city's hungry. Set up in an opposition-held neighbourhood by Chicago-based Karam Foundation, its goal is to help residents become self-sufficient in the midst of food shortages.More: http://aljazeera.comPosted by Al Jazeera English on Monday, June 1, 2015
Al Jazeera English covers story on Karam Foundation's sustainable development project:
ALEPPO URBAN FARM
UPWORTHY publishes essay written by Kenan Rahmani about his trip with Karam Foundation's innovative education mission, that won the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $5,000 essay contest.
POLITICO MAGAZINE publishes article written by Karam's
co-founder, Lina Sergie Attar, about war-torn Syria.
CENTER FOR STRATEGIC INTERNATIONAL STUDIES discuss Karam Foundation's humanitarian aid efforts in Syria and programs for displaced children