Syria-Iraq Regional Assistance (SIRA) Program Extension

10-month award, $2 million value

The large population of IDPs in Hasakah Governorate, combined with austere or non-existent operations and maintenance (O&M) budgets, have greatly strained the local infrastructure and reduced the water supply, thus directly affecting the health, hygiene and livelihoods of residents. Meanwhile, access challenges, market disruptions, inflation and unemployment—especially among IDPs—continue to put essential non-food items (NFIs) out of reach for vulnerable Syrian families. Funded by the U.S. Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), this program will distribute NFIs to IDPs living in Syria, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon and repair water supply and sanitation structures to bolster community recovery and resiliency, targeting more than 103,000 beneficiaries.

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