Background to the structure of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES/AA) and an overview of its resources.
This study aims to shed a light on the status quo of civic work in Deir Ezzor considering the recent changes on the political and military level, provide an overview of the opportunities and challenges facing civil society, and provide recommendations for all actors currently operating or planning to expand their work to the area.
This report is phase two of Citizens for Syria’s research which aims to map and understand Syrian civil society and its’ organizations. This report will demonstrate the situation of civil society organizations in three regions, while attempting to mine a vital sector in the structure of Syrian civil society as a whole, as well as examine its fields of activity and the challenges it faces.
In this report, Citizens for Syria conducted a grassroots survey of all Syrian regions and neighboring countries to paint a picture of the Syrian civil movement and its activities. The research indicated that humanitarian, media, and civil organizations formed most organizations, followed by human resource development, health, research, and others specializing in social services, human rights, culture, and arts.