Together with other 30 NGOs, CARE calls on the United Nations Security Council to renew the Syria cross-border resolution, which authorizes the UN to deliver life-saving aid to millions of Syrians in need
CARE has conducted regional and whole country Rapid Gender Analyses to better assess the needs amid the critical humanitarian emergency in Syria.
Due to the loss or reduced capacity of male heads of household to death, injury, disappearance or emigration in search of work, many Syrian women are now the sole or primary breadwinners for their families, bearing the full burden of providing for their…
An analysis of Lebanese and Syrian families residing in Lebanon has shown high levels of vulnerabilities for this population.
English: Understanding resilience: Perspectives from Syrians This research prioritised in-depth and community-based qualitative methods, using a Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation and Research (PEER) methodology in which researchers already living
English: In April 2018, CARE Syria and CARE UK contracted GK Consulting LLC (US) to conduct a research study on changing gender roles and norms amongst Syrian women refugees. This research was an extension of CARE’s 2018-2019 Syria Resilience Researc
English: Explore the specific vulnerabilities of Syrian refugees in Lebanon and ways to improve their lives.
How urban Syrian refugees, vulnerable Jordanians and other refugees in Jordan are being impacted by the Syria crisis
CARE’s 2017 assessment examines trends in Jordan among respondents, looking at needs, coping strategies and perceptions after six years of crisis in Syria.