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The paper outlines policies needed to develop and achieve a health care quality that meets the WHO standards and performance measures and form health information systems that facilitate the achievement of goals and objectives.

Monajed delivered an interactive speech that included a presentation of images from the ground and a description of the horrors taking place in Syria. He also presented a timeline for the most important incidents since the spark of the revolution that confirm the demands of the Syrian people in attaining freedom and justice.

In light of the current events in Syria, SRCC has launched a call for research papers to support innovative, multi-disciplinary, rigorous and high-quality research in the field of transitional governance. The research is policy-focused and will be used by the transitional government, civil society groups and activists in Syria as sources of knowledge and information.

Policy Papers

Health Care Policy in Future Syria

Health Care Policy in Future Syria

This policy paper is intended for policy makers and strategic planners during the transitional period who are involved in health care policies, as well as those involved in administering health care in Syria.

 

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Special Reports

Safe Area for Syria: An Assessment of Legality, Logistics and Hazards

Safe Area for Syria: An Assessment of Legality, Logistics and Hazards

The preconditions and procedures for waging a foreign military intervention in Syria are carefully examined in this report, as are the outstanding obstacles facing the Syrian opposition. Popular support is a critical element of the success of any future campaign to weaken the regime.

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