Sarrin (Arabic: صرين, Kurdish: Sirîn, also spelled Serrin or Sareen) is a town in northern Syria. In the 2004 census, Sarrin had a population of 6,140, while the Sarrin subdistrict had a total population of 70,522 mostly Arab residents.
The Islamic State (ISIS) seized control of Sarrin in September 2013. On July 27, 2015, the town was liberated by the YPG forces and now forms part of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria.
History of the Revolution: Much Achieved, Still Much to be Done.
Sara Women’s Organization, which carried out many actions, events, campaigns, protests, and followed many violence trials to combat gender-based violence in 2021, will open new branches in 2022.
Syrian Free Women's Foundation works for women in every part of life. The foundation has recently begun to work for the education of women and children.
With the support of the Drinking Water General Administration, Sirîn Water Union met the drinking water needs of Sirîn district and its villages by pumping water from the Euphrates River.