At SARD, we believe that partnerships are critical to solving the complex and multifaceted challenges that face Syrians today.
for our successful localization, SARD is well-received and respected by the
communities we serve. We are committed to carrying out our community-driven work informed by our values of impartiality, transparency, inclusivity, accountability, and ownership. We strive to equitably and effectively address the needs
of vulnerable persons and ensure acceptance in host communities by closely
coordinating our response with other humanitarian stakeholders, including
relevant clusters, and local
authorities. Partners make our work
possible. Join us.
At SARD, we believe that
partnerships are critical to solving the complex and multifaceted challenges
that face Syrians today. Our incredible partners – from foundations to
individuals – are committed to community-driven and people-focused initiatives
in Syria. Our partners join us in different capacities, whether that be to fund our critical work or implement projects on the ground with us.
When emergencies occur coordination is necessary. Clusters are groups of humanitarian organizations, both UN and non-UN, in each of the main sectors of humanitarian action, with clear responsibilities.
SARD is an active member of the SNFI, Protection, CCCM, FSL, WASH and ERL clusters and of the CWG. This ensures that SARD’S actions and proposals are in line with cluster guidelines and priorities, fall under the USAID/BHA guidelines, and harmonized with other programming happening in the same areas. SARD’s coordination with clusters and local-stakeholders ensures coverage is guaranteed and overlap does not occur.