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2021 impact assessment report of the UNFPA multi-country response to the Syria crisis: Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, and Turkey Cross-Border programmes


UNFPA continues to deliver an array of life-saving services that span sexual reproductive health and gender-based violence services, delivered through health facilities, Safe Spaces, and youth centres through its regional response to the Syria crisis. 


Impact assessments continue to be a core practice for ensuring that these services and the facilities that provide them are not only up to standard but also accessible and impactful. In recent years, UNFPA has published a total of four impact assessments on the response, all of which showed overwhelming and consistent satisfaction rates among those accessing these services. This assessment report is the 5th regional impact assessment of UNFPA programming in the Syria regional response.  


UNFPA is grateful to the courageous women, girls, and other respondents whose transparent inputs continue to allow service providers to tailor their services according to the needs on the ground. We are also immensely grateful to all donors and implementing partners whose support has enabled the delivery of a wide range of programmes geared toward women and girls throughout the region. The achievements registered in 2021 were made despite the unprecedented challenges imposed by COVID-19 and have established yet another solid foundation on which to build as we continue to respond to this multifaceted crisis.


The key indicators of the assessment have been summarised in a fact sheet that can be accessed here.