Since 2011, conflict across Syria has resulted in severe destruction, large-scale displacement and an escalating humanitarian crisis.
REACH first started working on Syria in 2012, supporting humanitarian actors operating in the north of the country. Since then, REACH programs have expanded and are provide humanitarian situation monitoring across the country. REACH also conducts regular sectoral and inter-sectoral assessments on the needs of conflict-affected populations.
Help REACH improve their information products by taking part in our quick and anonymous 10 question survey.
REACH is conducting a quick 10 question survey to receive your feedback on REACH Syria information products and support. Your inputs will enable us to improve our work and maximize the usefulness for actors working in the Syria response. The survey is anonymous and can be accessed until the 30th of September 2022.
You can access the survey here, and should only take you 2 minutes to complete.
REACH thank you for your valuable feedback.
Would you like to know more about our work and our impact in Syria? Check out the 2020 M&E one-pager by clicking on the image below:
In 2021, REACH Syria is continuously updating multi-sectoral data on the needs and vulnerabilities, and larger humanitarian conditions, of communities living in crisis-affected areas in the Northeast and Northwest part of the country in an online interactive dashboard.