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Syria, January 2013

Since January 2013, 9 MapAction volunteers have been deployed to Lebanon and Turkey offering GIS support – in the form of analysis maps and information graphics – to humanitarian actors operating in Syria and surrounding countries.

As a consequence of this, MapAction established a partnership with ACAPS (www.acaps.org) to set up the Syria Needs Analysis Project (SNAP), a project aimed at supporting the humanitarian response in Syria and neighbouring countries by providing an independent analysis of humanitarian impact of the Syrian crisis. This project continues with reports and analysis being regularly published, full details of which can be found at Syria Needs Analysis Project.



Syria Settlement and Administrative Data for Google Earth
Thursday, 11 September 2014 09:38

Following KMZ file contains the administrative and settlement data for Syria for use in Google Earth.

 
Dar'a Governorate Multi-Sector Needs Assessment
Friday, 24 January 2014 11:49

A multi-sector rapid needs assessment facilitated by the SNAP with support from both organisations in Syria and international humanitarian organisations was carried out from mid-November to mid-December 2013 in Dar’a Governorate and covered a population of 692,000 people across 12 of the 17 sub-districts - Dar'a Governorate Multi-Sector Needs Assessment.

 
Jordan Baseline Information
Friday, 24 January 2014 11:46

This paper outlines the social and economic situation in Jordan by explaining the causes of the significant underlying vulnerabilities and by exploring how these issues have been compounded by the crisis in Syria and the subsequent population influx - Jordan Baseline Information

 
December 2013 - Thematic Reports
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 13:38
  • Cross-border movements of goods 
  • Relief Actors in Syria - This thematic report outlines the diverse range of actors currently working within Syria to provide humanitarian assistance. For the purpose of this report, assistance refers to all types of support given to people in need. The report provides an overview of the different groups of actors, their characteristics, capacity and limitations.
 
Lebanon Baseline Information
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 15:29

Lebanon Baseline Information - This paper outlines the social and economic situation in Lebanon by explaining the causes of the significant underlying vulnerabilities and by exploring how these issues have been compounded by the crisis in Syria and the subsequent population influx.

 
September Reports
Friday, 06 September 2013 13:31

  • Scenarios, September 2013This document covers four scenarios for Syria that are considered possible in the next six months.
  • Needs Assessments Lessons Learned - This thematic report provides an overview of available lessons identified from assessments undertaken concerning the humanitarian situation in Syria as well as the situation for Syrian refugees in host-countries.

 
Syrian Border Crossings
Tuesday, 03 September 2013 15:52

This thematic is a reference map of the border crossings between Syria and neighbouring countries. The poster lists the crossing points used by individuals fleeing Syria and summarises the border situation in each neighbouring country. The thematic is A2 page size but can be printed on A3 or A4. 

Thematic Report on Syria: Syrian Border Crossings

 
Impact of the conflict on Syrian economy and livelihoods
Monday, 29 July 2013 10:11

This thematic report outlines the impact of the crisis on the economy and livelihoods in Syria. It covers the impact from a macroeconomic perspective, including the impact on GDP and Government budget as well as the consequences for international and national trade. In addition, it provides an overview of the livelihoods of Syrians and explains how they have changed as a result of the deteriorating economic and security situation. 



 
Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

SNAP has published its first report in January 2013, the Regional Analysis Syria (RAS).

November 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

October 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

September 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

August 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

July 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

June 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

May 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

April 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

March 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

February 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

January 2013 - Regional Analysis Syria (RAS)

The document will be updated on a monthly basis. For suggestions, comments or additional information to be included in future versions, please send an e-mail to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Aleppo Governorate Profile - April 2013
Monday, 08 April 2013 11:36

This document is the first Governorate profile published by the Syria Needs Analysis Project (SNAP). The profile describes the current situation in Aleppo, with regards to the conflict, the subsequent displacement situation and the humanitarian needs, where available per district. 

Follow link to download report - Aleppo Governorate Profile - April 2013

 
Syria: P-code atlas
Wednesday, 30 January 2013 13:00

Below are links to a P-code atlas for Syria in English and Arabic. The P-code atlas of Syria, contains 95 maps at 1:200,000 showing administrative boundaries (Mohafaza - Level 1, Mantika - level 2 and Nahaya - Level 3) and settlements.

P-code atlas of Syria (English)
P-code atlas of Syria (Arabic)

 
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