Approved Projects

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Extension of Medical Services for Rural Communities in Ar-Raqqa Governorate - Phase III
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...
Support of Vegetable Production in Northern Aleppo
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 ...
Rehabilitation of A Water Pumping Station in Deir Ez-Zor
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...
Restoration of Urban Lighting in Ar-Raqqa City - Phase I
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...
Emergency Response for COVID-19 in Deir Ez-Zor Governorate
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...
Emergency Response for COVID-19 in Ar-Raqqa
The Coronavirus pandemic, known as COVID-19, is unprecedented in recent history and has spread rapidly; infecting millions of people causing the death of hundreds of thousands of people on a global scale. Many members of humanitarian and medical organizations are highly concerned about the infection reaching Syria, especially the Northeast and Northwest areas, which have very limited access to medical facilities and laboratory diagnostic capacities to allow for effective testing and cure of suspected patients. These concerns are raised due to the high population density in the crowded camps and...
Rehabilitation of a Medical Facility and Support for Two Health Facilities in Northern Aleppo
The surge in civilians in need of medical treatment for injuries caused by bombings, explosive remnants, or minefields such as burns and bone injuries required immediate medical attention however, the injured civilians are taken to remote areas to receive the necessary medical treatment, due to th...
Complementary Project for Enhancing Food Security in the North of Aleppo Governorate Phase III
Following large waves of internally displaced people (IDPs) to northern Aleppo in the last two months, there was a dire need to support bread availability in the area.   To address these needs, the SRTF approved the third phase of its "Complementary Project for Enhancing Food Security in the Nor...
Supporting Restoration of Aquaculture in Ar-Raqqa Governorate - Phase I
For years, many of Ar-Raqqa residents depended on fishing in the Euphrates and fish farming as one source of their livelihoods in addition to agriculture and livestock breeding.  However, due to the conflict and recent influx of displaced families and returnees to Ar-Raqqa, vital sectors suffered...
Rehabilitation of a Water Irrigation Channel and Pumping Stations and Agricultural Support in Deir-ez-Zor
Agriculture has always been a prominent sector in Deir ez-Zor supporting the economy with the production of crops such as wheat, cotton, sesame, and vegetables. And prior to the war, agricultural cooperatives played a prominent role in supporting the availability of fertilizers, pesticides, fungic...
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