Reports & Papers

The 2022 Syria Joint Damage Assessment (DA) provides an overview of the effects of the ongoing conflict in Syria. The DA is a broad-brush and largely remote-based exercise, focusing on 14 cities and 11 sectors. This report is the sixth World Bank Group assessment conducted during the ongoing conflict; however, it is the first conducted jointly with the EU.
This 121-page report sheds light on discrimination projects aiming at demographic changes in areas historically populated by Kurds in Syria.
This report highlights the February 06 earthquake's impact on infrastructure across affected areas and the varied responses by local authorities, including the Syrian regime, the Turkish-backed Syrian Interim Government, and the Syrian Salvation Government, the political arm of Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham.
This 64-page report focuses on the voices, experiences, and opinions of Syrians to establish whether the conditions in Syria are suitable for facilitating the return of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs).