Humanitarian aid in Syria is by far insufficient and widely considered a tragic failure. Humanitarian aid interventions carried out by international organizations are strongly hindered by a series of obstacles to reach the people in need of assistance. Syrian civil society organizations are some of the most capable bodies to operate in the country. Their work is largely unknown or ignored. Some organizations, mainly confessional charity associations, were created before the conflict; the large majority of these organizations were formed during the conflict. Their members (he or she) are physician, engineer, pharmacist, professor, student, nurse, lawyer, farmer, engine driver...

They have two to three years of experience but are excluded from international humanitarian action programs. They indeed do not meet eligibility standards to receive support from international humanitarian aid The overall objective of the program is to strengthen the capacities of Syrian civil society organizations to design and implement humanitarian aid and development assistance projects.