It’s the first exhibition that documents violations on Syrian human rights because of the change of the climate and the neglect of the government. It included approximately 25 images taken by the journalist Doha Hasan and most of them were in black and white. Also, it aimed at writing press articles and television reports about the disaster of dryness in order to raise the issue through the media. Thus many reports were written for Arab and Syrian websites and television reports such as the Arab channel BBC. The exhibition has continued for two weeks in August 2010 at gallery Sham Mahal in Bab Sharqi/Old Damascus where it presented photos of daily life of people who have been displaced from the Syrian Island to the basin by Damascus. Also, it shed light on the difficult circumstances that faced these families. Doha Hasan said: “I decided to convey their sufferings by images that may shed light on people live a few steps away from our daily life to Damascus where no one knows about those people”.