Starting from the needs of the community, which was and still in the forefront of business of the Syria trust for development. In addition, as a response affected people by crisis Deir-Alzour –after the breaking of the siege, which lasted three years– was the Syria trust for development in collaboration with the governorate and the office of the united nation high commissioner for refugees. Where a team of several governorates consisting of 15 lawyers from the Legal First Responders program was formed to carry out a quick legal response as a first phase that lasted for eight consecutive days Following the development of the plan under which the team worked, the civil status department and provincial police command provided a number of basic needs that would facilitate the mission. As an initial center for the team in the first floor of the building of the civil status department in -Al Joura stat- to provide legal services to all the auditors of the city. Accompany a number of civil registry secretariat staff on a regular basis, especially the official holidays of the legal response team. And the appointment of “Mukhtar” and a number of police officers to regulate fine police the legal manner and as soon as possible. During the eight days, the team was divided into several groups, each group received specific tasks. The team surveyed the needs of several districts (al-tebb, al-joura, al-haraysh, and Al-fateh mosque center) and then start to provide the required legal services. As a result, legal interventions were carried out, including the identification of hundreds of Syrian citizens, the issuance of personal and family cards, the establishment of birth and the extraction of civil restrictions through the center secretariat in Damascus. Coordination with governorate is currently under way to carry out the second phase of the response to alleviate the suffering of individuals and society and to assist them and restore hope to them.
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