Syrian Government should allow free passage of all supplies to people in need - UN humanitarian chief
In a briefing to the Security Council, Valerie Amos said that at a time when needs were growing, the Government continued to put in place measures that are not practical and slow down the humanitarian response.
Health partners are providing additional medicines and medical supplies, including war-wounded kits, anaesthesia drugs, and injectable antibiotics and analgesics.
According to a new report, 2014 witnessed the highest civilian death toll since 1967. Movement and access restrictions continue to fragment the occupied territory, undermining Palestinians’ livelihoods and impeding their access to basic services.