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Syrian Arab Republic. Project update

Improving dairy production, preserving livestock assets, preventing malnutrition and increasing resilience of livelihoods










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    The ongoing crisis in the Syrian Arab Republic has resulted in a continuing deterioration of the humanitarian situation. In response, with Kuwait's generous funding the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations implemented project OSRO/SYR/908/KUW, entitled "Building resilience of the crisis-affected vulnerable farmers and herders" The overall objective of the project is to strengthen the resilience of crisis-affected people and their communities, and improve their food security and nutrition.
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    The Syrian Arab Republic is enduring a protracted humanitarian crisis as a result of ten years of ongoing conflict and insecurity, displacements and damaged infrastructure. To improve food security, it is essential to scale up crop and livestock production through increased agricultural support. Enabling vulnerable households to produce their own food is critical, as food prices remain high.
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    Thirteen years of conflict and an enduring economic crisis in the Syrian Arab Republic continue to drive humanitarian needs, disrupt agriculture and weaken the country’s food production capacity. The situation worsened significantly after the earthquakes of February 2023. Inflation, high food prices and a declining economy have pushed more than half of the population into acute food insecurity, with millions more at risk. The resulting increased cost of humanitarian response emphasizes the need for cost-effective solutions. Investing in emergency agricultural assistance is crucial. For example, every USD 1 invested in local wheat production yields around four times its value in food produced.

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