Sally Salem

Sally Salem

Social Worker at The International Refugee Assistance Project

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Location:
40 Rector Street, 9th Floor, New York City, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(646) 602-5600

General Information

Education

BA  - Translation & Interpretation , University of Damascus

Affiliations

Center Supervisor  - Jusoor's school

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Sally Salem
Social Worker Sally Salem is a Social Worker in IRAP's Lebanon office. She holds a BA in Translation & Interpretation from the University of Damascus. Since 2011, she has volunteered and worked in Lebanon with various international and local nonprofits, non-governmental organizations, and charitable associations, such as Jesuit Refugee Services, Jusoor, and Mission De Vie. Her work began doing home visits and providing humanitarian aid assistance to refugees in camps; later, she established a school for Syrian refugee children aged 5 to 15, and held the role of school principal for three years, where the main goal was highlighting the importance of education. Sally carries with her the message of inter-religious dialogue throughout all of her work.

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Sally Salem
Social Worker Sally Salem is a Social Worker in IRAP's Lebanon office. She holds a BA in Translation & Interpretation from the University of Damascus. Since 2011, she has volunteered and worked in Lebanon with various international and local nonprofits, non-governmental organizations, and charitable associations, such as Jesuit Refugee Services, Jusoor, and Mission De Vie. Her work began doing home visits and providing humanitarian aid assistance to refugees in camps; later, she established a school for Syrian refugee children aged 5 to 15, and held the role of school principal for three years, where the main goal was highlighting the importance of education. Sally carries with her the message of inter-religious dialogue throughout all of her work.

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Sally Salem, Social Worker
Sally Salem is a Social Worker in IRAP's Lebanon office. She holds a BA in Translation & Interpretation from the University of Damascus. Since 2011, she has volunteered and worked in Lebanon with various international and local nonprofits, non-governmental organizations, and charitable associations, such as Jesuit Refugee Services, Jusoor, and Mission De Vie. Her work began doing home visits and providing humanitarian aid assistance to refugees in camps; later, she established a school for Syrian refugee children aged 5 to 15, and held the role of school principal for three years, where the main goal was highlighting the importance of education. Sally carries with her the message of inter-religious dialogue throughout all of her work.

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