Syria’s conflict continues to drive one of the world’s most complex humanitarian challenges. For the last 11 years, amid continued armed violence, Syrians have suffered a deepening economic crisis - including an inflation rate of 140% - political fragility, profound environmental stressors - in part the result of climate change - and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Within Syria, about 14.6 million people depend on humanitarian assistance to survive. From food insecurity to limited economic opportunities and a growing risk of gender-based violence, women and girls experience heightened and compounding vulnerabilities in accessing basic services and exercising their rights.
CARE’s Rapid Gender Analysis will help further understanding of the evolving situation in Syria, improve humanitarian and resilience programming, and inform the wider humanitarian community. We have conducted two regional analyses, in the Northeast and the Northwest, and a full country analysis.
Read the results below: