The reflections of the three-day consultation meeting will produce a set of policy recommendations, key messages, lessons learned, and basic principles to set the ground for a competitive cooperative sector that is able to improve productivity and competitiveness of small producers in Syria and eventually improve their resilience to various agriculture shocks including drought, market disorder.
Rethinking Cooperative Enterprises in Post-Conflict Agriculture and Integrated Rural Development in Syria, 18-20 June 2019
Technical Dialogue Events
- Brussels V Conference - Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region: "What can be done to prevent a resurgence of violent extremism in Northeast Syria?"
This event will discuss the resort to violence and violent extremism in Northeast Syria based on a new study entitled “Preventing the Re-emergence of violent extremism in Northeast Syria.” This report was produced as a joint collaboration… Read More
In preparation for the Strategic Policy Alternatives Framework (SPAF) Update report, NAFS organized a consultation meeting with its network of experts with a broad spectrum of expertise, to explore the possible scenarios for the end of the conflict in… Read More
- Understanding Livelihood Solutions Under Protracted Forced Displacement: The Case of Homs’ Refugees Population in Lebanon
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