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Rapid Protection Monitoring Report: Evacuation of Al Wa’er, Homs Governorate

Méthodologie: 

This update is based on information collected by three
members of the Protection Cluster, from April 2 to 4, 2017.
A total of 11 focus group discussions (FGDs) were conducted
(7 FGDs with 49 women and 4 FGDs with 20 men). In
addition, 89 key informant interviews (73F / 16M) were
conducted during the same period. 11% of the key
informants had a disability. Nearly all participants were in
Al-Ikhwan community of Maarrat Tamsrin sub-district of
Idleb district and governorate. Remaining participants were
interviewed in Mardikh, Kafr Jalis, central Idlib, Sheikh Baher
and Maarrat al-Ikhwan communities.
85% of key informants self-identified as civilians, 3% as
combatant, and 12% did not answer. The participants in the
FGDs self-identified as civilians. Information about
association of civilians with armed groups cannot be
verified. 55% of participants identified themselves as
housewives, whereas 27% stated they were unemployed
and 2% were government employees.

Principales constatations: 

Al Wa’er neighborhood, located in the west of Homs city,
has been directly impacted by active hostilities since the
beginning of the Syrian conflict. On 7 February 2016, the
Government of Syria (GoS) began enforcing a siege that
lasted over one year, until the first wave of evacuations
began on 18 March 2017.

Rapport d'évaluation: 
Questionnaire d'évaluation: 
Not Available
Données d'évaluation: 
Not Available
Espace(s): 
Date(s) de l'évaluation: 
01 avr 2017 - 26 avr 2017
État de l'évaluation: 
Report completed
Méthode de collecte: 
Key Informant Interview
Type de population: 
Déplacés internes
Cluster / Secteurs: 
Agence(s) chef de file: 
Haut-Commissaire des Nations Unies pour les réfugiés
Lieux: 
Idleb
Aleppo
Homs
Urgences: 
Syria: Crisis 2011-2020