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Both Structural Damage and Social Divisions Have to be Taken into Consideration When Reconstructing the City of Homs

by The Aleppo Project on January 19, 2017

Alice Fordham walks around the city of Homs with local Architect Marwa al-Sabouni analysing reconstruction. The city was highly damaged during the war, some areas where turned into slums after the conflict. Areas previously held by rebel forces are deserted and left untouched since the citizens don’t have permission to reside there. Post conflict reconstruction not only has to take into account the structural damage but also the social divide entrenched since the start of the conflict.

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The Aleppo ProjectBoth Structural Damage and Social Divisions Have to be Taken into Consideration When Reconstructing the City of Homs