Completed Projects

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Custom Home Repairs, Water Access and Cash for Work Assistance to Stabilize Communities - Phase III
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 ...
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...
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...
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 Number of Electrical Transformers in Ar-Raqqa
The conflict in Ar-Raqqa left a devastating impact on infrastructures across all vital services, including electricity. With the absence of electrical supplies, living standards have decreased immensely for communities living in the northeast of Syria, forcing them to live in harsh conditions. One...
Agricultural Support to Farmers in Ar-Raqqa Governorate – Phase IV
The SRTF has been working relentlessly to revive the agricultural sector in Ar-Raqqa Governorate to restore it to pre-conflict activity levels -after years of skirmishes. To that end, the SRTF intervened through the implementation of three phases of the project: "Agricultural Support to Farmers in...
Provision of Solid Waste Management Services in Deir ez-Zor – Phase II
Deir ez-Zor Governorate suffered extensive destruction as a result of the conflict and during the liberation from Daesh. There was a need for immediate action to carry out solid waste management services to collect the rubble of construction materials scattered around heavily inhabited areas in th...
 Rubble Removal in Eight Communities in Aleppo Governorate – Phase I
During the conflict, the northern and eastern Aleppo countryside experienced intensive battles; these battles have directly affected public infrastructures such as hospitals, schools, and roads, which have been completely or partially destroyed. Moreover, many private properties such as buildings, shops, and markets were also destroyed and a large number of residents of this area have been displaced. Recently, due to relative stability, an improved security situation, and forced displacement of the population from other parts of Syria, thousands of families have returned or have been displaced...
Provision of PHC Services and Clean Water Supply for Rural Communities – Phase II
In light of the great success of Phase I of the same project, and in response to Ar-Raqqa residents’ need to secure a normal life after their return to their homes post the conflict, there was still an urgent need to reach more communities with access and improvements to water, sanitation, and h...
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