Approved Projects

Restoring the agriculture sector in 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 I o... More

Prior to the outbreak of conflict, a modest 50% of the fodder needs to livestock breeders were available at good quality and affordable prices. Since the start of the conflict, the regime ceased providing fodder to livestock breeders and as a result, the local market for fodder has been destabiliz... More

Raqqa Governorate was once the breadbasket of Syria, producing a large share of Syria’s important cereal crops. Agricultural productivity has been severely affected since Daesh took control of Raqqa.  During the fight to liberate Raqqa from Daesh, many civilians were forced to abandon f... More

As increasing numbers of formerly displaced civilians return to Raqqa, they face a myriad of hardships and challenges to their livelihoods. This includes the lack of access to sufficient food, water, shelter, and other key needs. Addressing these issues is vital to the stabilization of areas liber... More

Raqqa governorate has been one of the most heavily damaged areas during the fight to liberate it from Daesh. Since it was liberated, more than 138,000 IDPs have returned to Ar-Raqqa city and surroundings and need assistance. With the destruction of much of the infrastructure, access to sustainable... More

The availability of necessary inputs and support for livestock vaccination in Dar’a Governorate has become increasing difficult since the start of the conflict.  Consequently, vaccination services were halted leading to a substantial increase in the demise incidence among agricultural a... More

Agriculture, which largely contributes to the local economy and GDP in southern Syria, has suffered a significant decline since the outbreak of the Syrian crisis. The sector lacked both reliable operational agricultural equipment, such as those for grain cleaning and seed treatment, and logistical... More

Prior to the conflict, the General Organization for Seed Multiplication (GOSMF) had more than 150 field vehicles, many warehouses of various storage capacities, and a number of offices throughout Syria. Additionally, GOSMF had screening and treating machines to ensure a high quality wheat seed pro... More

Since the onset of the conflict, the necessary inputs for vaccination and veterinary services have become unavailable, and the vaccination services were halted. This has led to a substantial increase in the number of agricultural animals that have died due to diseases, and emergence of new disease... More