The Syrian issue, compared with other crises, is unique because many of those interested in mitigating its repercussions have no capacity to be present
in the areas where they hope to implement their projects. In addition, relations between the authorities and humanitarian and developmental organizations remain contentious,
a fact which renders the processes of strategic planning or supporting humanitarian and developmental projects a complicated operation.
This is especially difficult because understanding the situation and context in intervention areas is already extremely complicated.
Hence, the solution in Syria has been remotely-controlled interventions implemented by local partners, or international partners with local staff.