Who we are

At Pax Syriana we believe that an empowered and vocal Civil Society will be the key to create change in war affected countries for a durable peace. We are determined to alleviate the immediate suffering of the population, while building the pluralistic and democratic foundation for a peaceful future. Our actions aim to support Civil Society by focusing on the most vulnerable at first, and by giving those means to fulfill their dreams of collective achievements.
Protecting refugee camps from COVID-19

Protecting refugee camps from COVID-19

Over one million people living as refugees in about 1,000 camps in the north-western region of Syria are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic. An international group of scientists has modelled the risks COVID-19 poses to these settlements, and the potential beneficial impacts of a few simple interventions. Their results show that, if left unchecked, COVID-19 could kill up to 10% of the people living in the refugee camps.

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Citizen survey 2017

Information Needs, Interests & Consumption in Northern Syria

Over the last few years a growing number of publications and reports are highlighting the unmet needs for information in contexts of crisis or war (World Disaster Report, IFRC, 2005, Left in the Dark: the Unmet need for information in humanitarian response’ BBC World Service Trust 2008). The concept of humanitarian information has been widely embraced by the international development and aid sectors, however it is largely focused around the need for shared information among humanitarian and development agencies in order to increase programme efficiency.

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