Approved Projects

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In continuing with the success of the first two phases of this intervention, “Home Gardens, Backyard Poultry kits, and Custom Home Repairs for Urban Households – Phase I” and “Home gardens, custom home repairs and cash-for-work opportunities in Raqqa - Phase II”, the third phase of this ...
The onset of conflict in Northern Aleppo caused severe damage to the area’s main energy sources and infrastructure which has led to a 75% loss in power generation capacity. The consequences of these damaged electrical facilities and installations include sporadic power, reliance on high-cost pri...
Since the conflict started in Syria, the utilities, including the water and sanitation infrastructure networks, have not received any maintenance. A considerable amount of damage has been caused to the infrastructure due to the growing population in northern Aleppo due to internal displacement whi...
Following the success of the first phase of this intervention, “Mechanization and Training Centers for Agricultural Equipment in Ar-Raqqa – Phase I”, the second phase, “Mechanization and Training Centers for Agricultural Equipment in Ar-Raqqa – Phase II” will introduce technical adviso...
For the first time in SRTF history, initiative, the Fund approved the establishment of a Revolving Credit Fund (RCF) that aims to support local business owners to work together to promote economic development in target communities throughout northeast Syria.  In cooperation with Near East Foundat...
In light of the success of the first two phases of the SRTF’s intervention, “Provisions of PHC Services and Clean Water Supply for Rural Communities”, the Fund introduced a third phase, “Extension for Medical Services in Rural Communities – Phase III” to ensure the continuity of health...
Agriculture remains a key part of the economy in northern Aleppo. The sector is a critical “safety net” for the communities, including internally displaced people (IDPs), who reside in several rural areas. However, due to the ongoing conflict, the agriculture sector in Syria has suffered from ...
Water pumping stations are critical for the livelihoods and economies of local communities and farmers in Deir Ez-Zor. These stations are the first step in transferring water from the Euphrates River into the local water supply, irrigation system, and septic systems.   This intervention will focu...
During the eight years of conflict, more than one-third of Syria’s infrastructure has been destroyed or damaged.  The electrical infrastructure of urban areas of North East Syria has been seriously compromised during the conflict.  Since 2011, effective electricity generation capacity has fall...
Amid growing local and international concerns regarding the COVID-19 outbreak in North-Eastern Syria (NES), as well as fears of a possible second peak of the virus as predicted by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Syria Recovery Trust Fund (SRTF) launched a health intervention in Deir Ez-Zo...
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