Syria

Evidence-based planning and programming for humanitarian actors in Syria

Syria Humanitarian Action
September 2020
October 2021

Through this 14-month intervention, ACTED and its partners REACH/IMPACT Initiatives will facilitate evidence-based planning and programming for at least 225 humanitarian actors in Northern Syria by providing information management and coordination support. The project will aim to: produce Monthly Humanitarian Situation Overviews, develop an Emergency Needs Tracking System, conduct Rapid Needs Assessments and other thematic assessments. In addition, REACH will produce Camp Site profiles and will provide remote sensing support, quarterly needs analysis and technical advisory to the humanitarian coordination structure. These activities will assist humanitarian actors to effectively identify assistance gaps to improve the humanitarian response planning in Syria.

Current projects

Custom home repairs, Water access and Cash Assistance to support the early recovery of conflict affected communities (Phase III)

Evidence-based planning and programming for humanitarian actors in Syria

Provision of life-saving WASH services in Syria

Addressing food insecurity for vulnerable conflict-affected populations in Syria

Mitigating COVID-19 related risks and responding to the needs of conflict-affected populations in Syria

Addressing food insecurity for vulnerable conflict-affected populations in Syria

Providing emergency WASH services and SNFI support to conflict-affected populations

Coordinated Action for Multi-Sector Programming in Camp and Out-of-Camp Settings

Providing Livelihood opportunities to conflict-affected populations in Syria

Providing emergency assistance to conflict-affected populations in Syria

Respond to the basic WASH needs of conflict-affected IDPs in Syria

Addressing the WASH needs of vulnerable households in Syria

Providing WASH & CCCM support to conflict-affected populations in Syria

Providing WASH & CCCM and Shelter/NFI support to conflict-affected populations in camps in Syria