Since 2014, thousands of Syrian women, along with their family members, have been forcibly displaced from their homes as part of a process called “reconciliation agreements”* or “local reconciliation agreements “. Most were taken to unknown and unsafe locations in other parts of Syria.
Forcibly displaced Syrian women (FDS) were subjected to a variety of human rights violations before their displacement; including living under siege for years with constant bombardment, starvation, deprivation of access to educational facilities, denial of medical care and services, access to food, hygiene, clothing, or any other basic materials.
Currently, FDS women live in extremely challenging situations; most FDS women are severely traumatized and lack psychological, health, economic, legal, educational, or community support. They have lost their support circles, beloved ones, homes, social and political roles, and jobs
A participatory field research conducted by Women Now for...
most FDS women are severely traumatized and lack psychological,...