The event aimed to give the children some hope and draw the international community's attention to their plight. in addition, to introduce the kids to different kinds of sports that we, as a society, hadn't really tried before But "the main aim is to shine a light on the camp residents, children, and adults, who are living a callous life.
The Idlib region is home to nearly three million people, two-thirds of them displaced from other parts of Syria over the course of its 10-year-old conflict. Most of those who have lost their homes live in camps dotted across the opposition-dominated region, dependent on humanitarian aid to survive and battle the cold and floods in winter.
The event aims to give the children hope and push the international community's attention to their plight in the struggle in Syria
Supporting talented children in the camps by pushing them from the negative effects of war and displacement and enhancing children's behavior by recreational and sports activities and recovery after the trauma experienced by society as a negative result of war.