According to UN statistics, almost half the Syrian population has left their homes, first and foremost as a result of violations committed by the Syrian regime, as well as by numerous other parties throughout Syria. The regime is attempting to promote the return of refugees as it continues its violations against civilians inside Syria.
OUR HISTORY: In August 2012, The Day After Project (TDA) brought together a group of Syrians representing a large spectrum of both the Syrian opposition and civil society, representing all major political trends and components of Syrian society, to participate in an independent transition planning process. They produced a comprehensive report on managing the challenges of a post-Assad transition in Syria: The Day After: Supporting a Democratic Transition in Syria. Realizing that transition in Syria would take longer than expected, TDA decided to establish an organization to disseminate the findings of the report among Syrians inside the country and to implement projects that serve the vision and objectives of the report.