The report is based on in-depth interviews with 48 women living in camps and villages in north-east and north-west Syria. It includes recommendations for donors and the humanitarian community to create larger-scale, more sustainable impacts by shifting their approach to support Syrian women’s self-sufficiency, growth and security.
‘If we don’t work, we don’t eat’: Syrian women face mounting food insecurity a decade into the conflict
After 10 years of conflict and humanitarian crisis in Syria, this research seeks to better understand Syrian women’s experiences during the past decade, with a focus on how their lives have changed, the livelihoods strategies they have employed, and their experiences with food insecurity.
- Countries: Syrian Arab Republic
- Published: March 2021