Bearing the intergenerational cost: 10 years of conflict in Syria
On March 10, DG ECHO, IDMC, UNICEF, World Vision, Syria Relief, UNHCR and Frontier Economic will discuss the significant costs of the decade long conflict in Syria.
"Bearing the intergenerational cost: 10 years of conflict in Syria" is a virtual event exploring the significant costs of the decade long conflict in Syria.
It will be taking place on March 10, 2021 from 15:00-16:30 CET / 16:00-17:30 (Amman) / 09:00-10:30 EST and will be moderated by Michael Koehler, Deputy Director General for ECHO.
The 10-year conflict has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people, the displacement of millions internally and across borders, 4.8 million children born into war with estimated 1 million children living as refugees in neighbouring countries, constrained humanitarian access, and the destruction of the Syrian economy, key infrastructure, and social fabric.
The event will explore what this means for durable solutions and the many consequences that will be felt for decades to come. It coincides with the launch of World Vision's Too high a price to pay: The Cost of Conflict for Syria's Children report which explores the significant costs of the Syrian conflict and what this means for children now and in the future.
- Mamar Merzouk, Team Leader - Syria Crisis, DG ECHO (European Commission)
- Ivana Hajzmanova, Regional Coordinator Middle East and North Africa, IDMC
- Ted Chaiban, Regional Director Middle East and North Africa, UNICEF
- Eleanor Monbiot, Regional Leader Middle East and Eastern Europe, World Vision
- Wassim Khmaja, Country Director, Syria Relief
- Annalaura Sacco, Regional Protection Coordinator, UNHCR
- Amar Brekenridge, Senior Associate, Frontier Economics