Compendium on good and innovative practices in response to the Syria and Iraq crisis

The Syria crisis has transformed how the international community works together: innovating in crisis, collaborating, and adapting our approaches in response to the changing needs and shifting dynamics in the region.

"Iman" lost 19 members of her family, including her husband, all of her children except one daughter, and all of her grandchildren except one grandson in a bombing attack on their home in Syria. Photo: Kieran McConville / Concern Worldwide.
"Iman" lost 19 members of her family, including her husband, all of her children except one daughter, and all of her grandchildren except one grandson in a bombing attack on their home in Syria. Photo: Kieran McConville / Concern Worldwide.

The enclosed publication is rich with examples of practitioners finding new ways to respond to this protracted crisis. Together we are enhancing our response, building our capacity to innovate and improving cost-effectiveness.

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