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Syria Crisis Common Context Analysis

Report commissioned by the IASC Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluations Steering Group as part of the Syria CALL Initiative

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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Language:English
Keywords:Conflict, violence & peace, Evaluation-related, Refugees/IDPs, Urban, Working in conflict setting
Countries:Syria
Agency:IASC - Inter Agency Standing Committee
Author(s):Slim, H. Trombetta, H.
Date published:May 2014
Pages:63 pp

This Common Context Analysis aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the Syria crisis and the humanitarian impact in the region. It offers a ready-to-use common understanding of the crisis, thus saving evaluation teams’ time and research, and avoiding unnecessary duplication.

This report is one of the three primary deliverables of the Coordinated Accountability and Lessons Learning (CALL), together with ALNAP's Syria Evaluation Portal and the Common Evaluation Framework.

This framework will complement this Context Analysis report and will be primarily used to synthesize findings from evaluations currently being undertaken by key responders, including WFP, UNHCR, IFRC, FAO, UNICEF, OCHA and others.

Together, these products will serve as an “evaluation starter pack” for IASC agencies to support their evaluation work in the country.

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