\"Students\' Creations\" exhibition opened on Saturday in the old city of Aleppo, organized by Agha Khan Cultural Services (AKCS) in cooperation with the Culture Directorate, with the participation of 70 basic education students. The exhibition, lasting for the 30th of September, displayed 70 paintings which reflected the beauty of the Syrian natural landscapes within a colorful plastic space depicting the dreams, hopes and future visions of the students. Ali Ismael, the Executive Chief of the AKCS, said this activity is part of the social and economic program carried out by the institution and comes within the framework of the human capabilities building program. The program works by means of training the participants in educational, health, economic and social issues and includes the rehabilitation of a number of Syrian sites, including Aleppo Citadel, and the restoration of old houses and sites and turning them into archeological sites. Flora Habib, in charge of the social and economic development program at the AKCS, said the main objective of this activity is enhancing the role of civil institutions in the various fields of social and cultural development and upgrading the level of interaction among the children participating in the exhibition.