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Syria Development Centre

Rapidly-Available Evidence Solutions for Limited-Access Environments

 

We aim to accurately inform decision-makers on the risks affecting their interventions. We work to ensure that ventures, interventions, and projects on Syria are:
Well-informed. Well-designed. Well-implemented. Sustainable.

 

Services

1. Conflict-specific research and evaluation

2. Early recovery development programme design

3. GIS data services

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Geographic Location

We cover all five Syria geographies: northeast, northwest, government-controlled, neighboring Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, and the diaspora.
We have field offices and direct access to Raqqa, Idlib, Jarablus, most of government-controlled Syria, Gaziantep, Istanbul, Irbil, Beirut, Amman, Washington DC, London, Frankfurt, and Malmö.

 

Thematic experience

| Agriculture

| Protection

| Health

| Urban planning

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Publications 

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Jarablus District Need Assessment

The study was conducted analysis and prioritization of the needs of the local population in the Jarablus District in Syria. Where food security, shelter and housing, and livelihood were identified as the top three priority sectors by the local population; followed by health and education.

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Cross-Border Aid

In light of the discussion about the renewal of UNSCR 2020( 2533) in NW Syria, the study aimed to assess impact on overall humanitarian operations, in addition to each humanitarian sector in NW Syria. 

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Feasibility of School Feeding Programmes in Northwestern Syria

The assessment sought to identify how school feeding programmes might tackle the nutritional and educational needs of children in NW Syria. The study explored the potential impacts of School Feeding Programmes on nutrition, health, and education outcomes of school-aged children in NW Syria.

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Climate-Conflict Nexus in Northwest Syria

This document reports key discussion points of a webinar organized by Nasaem Khair organization in collaboration with the Food Security and Livelihood Cluster (FSL), and the Syria Development Centre on the strategic importance of understanding the links between conflict and climate change.

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Meet Our Partners

Collaborative Efforts

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UOSSM

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AUB

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Expertise France

 

Contact Us

Syria Development Centre
3rd Floor
86-90 Paul Street
London EC2A 4NE

+44 (0)20 3746 2044

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