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About Reem Assayyah

Reem Assayyah is a 23 year old woman from Damascus.  She was studying as a hardware and network engineer at Damascus University but could not graduate because of the war.  Now she lives in Amman, where she participated in the Syrian Trojan Women project, and is now the Project Coordinator for the Oliver! Project that will start soon in Amman.

Articles by Reem Assayyah

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We feel that we found our self after we lost it in the war

My home Syria is a beautiful place, but war took it from us. As refugees in Amman, rehearsing and performing Euripides’ The Trojan Women gave us a way to explain our new lives, and what we have lost. 

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