Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Weeks
HNPW 2024 (29 April - 10 May 2024)

Session title: Revolutionizing Humanitarian Response in Syria:   Transforming Food Security and Livelihoods in Syria through Effective Information Management
24 Apr 23 11:00-12:30   (Salle 1)

This session will explore how Information Management and analysis can support humanitarian response in Syria, with a particular focus on food security and livelihoods. By using data-driven insights to anticipate and mitigate potential crises, humanitarian organizations can improve their ability to respond effectively to the needs of affected communities.
The session will discuss the role of advanced information management and analysis techniques in improving food security and livelihoods, as well as the importance of anticipatory actions in humanitarian response.
A case study will illustrate the use of these techniques in the Syrian context, and highlight how different clusters, Particularly in Syria, working with the Food Security Cluster for the past years and support the regular deliverables by the cluster channeled to more than 92 FSC partners working in Whole of Syria response, can contribute to the anticipatory actions.
The session will cover the challenges and opportunities for scaling up the use of information management, analysis, and remote sensing, then conclude with a call to action for increased use of these techniques in humanitarian response in Syria.


Mohammed Belo (iMMAP Jordan/Syria Country Representative)

Mohie Alwahsh (Cluster Coordinator at WFP)

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