12 October 2022
UN Strategic Framework 2022-2024
The Syrian Arab Republic is facing one of the world’s most complex emergencies since 2011, with unparalleled levels of humanitarian needs, significant internal and external displacement, widespread destruction of civilian and agricultural infrastructure and disastrous impacts on development gains in the country. Putting the response to people’s needs at the centre of its work, the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) continues to complement its large direct humanitarian assistance efforts with multi-year resilience activities. In 2021, the United Nations Country Team defined a common approach to promote resilience in Syria, highlighting its aim to enhance urban and rural livelihoods for vulnerable people and improve sustained, equitable and safe access to critical basic services in areas with a high severity of needs. The 2022-2024 UN Strategic Framework focuses on multi-year resilience and early recovery programming and aims at designing and implementing more sustainable interventions.