Save the Children
Ninety-six (96) local, regional, and international organizations and entities (prime actors) were identified by their peers as influential in the life of Syria. In the chart below, the left column ranks the prime actors from most influential in shaping the life in Syria (Russia) to the least influential (Relief International).
The chart also shows the classification of prime actors into five stances indicating the actor's support and contribution to inclusive nationalism for Syria, starting from the most committed (Core) to the least committed (Saboteur).
Amount of influence of Save the Children in the life of Syria, and its commitment to inclusive nationalism for Syria.
25 prime actors participated in the following:
- Determining the rank of Save the Children according to the amount of its influence on life in Syria. As shown in the chart below, Save the Children ranked 65th most influential prime actor.
- Assessing and classifying Save the Children according to its commitment to inclusive nationalism for Syria (also indicated in the same row by the colored rectangle). Of the 25 prime actors who participated in the assessments, more agreed that Save the Children falls under the category of 'Helper'. A prime actor assessed as Helper is seen as supportive of and contributing to inclusive nationalism for Syria, but has other priorities that it considers more important.
In response to the question, “How is Save the Children important in the life of Syria?”
Round 3 participants stated (Nov. 2016 - Jul. 2017):
"They are engaged in humanitarian and advocacy efforts for the Syrian people. They help inform the international community about the needs of the Syrian refugees.” (233121)
Round 2 participants stated (Aug. 2016 - Oct. 2017):
“They play a positive role. The leadership is controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood. It has media importance, but not on the ground. They support the well being of children.” (220291)
“They aren't doing anything because they have been attacked twice by Fath al-Sham.” (223881)
Round 1 participants stated (Jan. 2016 - May 2016):
“They have money.” (212631)