Completed 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...
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...
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...
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...
Rehabilitation of the Medium and Low Voltage Grid in Urban, Sub-urban and Rural Communities in a Northern District in Aleppo
Prior to the conflict, electricity services were provided to a northern district in Aleppo and its greater area by the General Company for Electricity of Aleppo Governorate and the district Electricity Department. The supply source for the northern district in Aleppo was via 20 kV feeders from a 6...
Provision of Solid Waste Management Services in Deir Ez-zor – Phase I
Since the outbreak of the Syrian conflict in 2011, solid waste collection and disposal services have been disrupted across the country, becoming a public health issue in many cities including Deir Ez-Zor province located 450 km northeast of Damascus. It is considered the seventh largest city in ea...
Mechanization and Training Centers for Agricultural Equipment in Ar-Raqqa - Phase I
In the past, Ar-Raqqa Governorate was known to produce a large share of Syria’s important cereal crops until its agricultural productivity came to halt with severe setbacks as a result of its fight for liberation from Daesh. Currently, Ar-Raqqa’s community, and its returning population, remain...
Home Gardens and Custom Home Repairs for Urban Households – Phase II
Addressing the issue of stabilization in areas liberated from Daesh is a vital priority as more and more formerly displaced civilians return to their homes in Ar-Raqqa. These civilians continue to face a myriad of hardships and challenges to their livelihoods including lack of access to sufficient...
Agricultural Support to Farmers in Ar-Raqqa Governorate - Phase III
Restoring the agriculture sector in ِAr-Raqqa governorate is critical to stabilization efforts, to enhance the resilience of returning populations, and to improve food production after many years of conflict. The SRTF’s support to the agriculture sector started in July 2018 under phase one of its “Agricultural Support to Farmers” intervention. The work was expanded into a second phase in November, and with this newly approved third phase, the SRTF will scale assistance to additional farmer cooperatives, using learned best practices from Phase I and II including sourcing quality inputs...
Complementary Project for Enhancing Food Security in the North of Aleppo Governorate – Phase II
Food security has been and remains one of the primary concerns in Syria’s agriculture, which is the only country in the Arab world that relies on its own resources to secure stable food inputs, especially wheat. Following the outbreak of conflict and the subsequent displacement of populations ac...
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