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07 Apr 2017 description

Scenario 1 Slight increase in migration via N Africa to EU

The political and security situation in Libya remains unstable and the movement of migrants from Libya to the Mediterranean continues largely unhindered. The slightly rising trend in arrivals to Italy continues, with an expected seasonal spike during the summer months as smuggler activity becomes slightly more organised. The number of people stuck in Libya remains stable. Meanwhile the number of returns and readmissions from (and to) EU member states continues at a very low level.

12 Dec 2016 description

Key findings

Anticipated scope and scale

  • More than 173,500 migrants have reached Italy so far in 2016, around 29,000 more than in the same period last year. While migrant flows are expected to continue, the rate is likely to fall in winter.

  • The estimated number of deaths on the Central Mediterranean route has grown disproportionately, to over 4,200 people this year compared to less than 2,900 at the same point in 2015. It is unknown how many people die on their journey though Africa

13 Mar 2015 description
  • The number of people affected by the crisis continues to rise.

  • Humanitarian needs increase while funding gaps get bigger.

  • 380,000 refugees are currently considered extremely vulnerable and best served by resettlement to other countries.

After four years of war, there is no real prospect of peace in Syria.

The humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate for Syrians across the region, and funding is not keeping up with the increasing numbers of people in need of assistance.

17 Feb 2015 description

Snapshot 11–17 February 2015

Myanmar: Fighting between the Myanmar army and the MNDAA, an insurgent group in the Kokang area of Shan state, displaced tens of thousands of people. Some fled into central Myanmar, while between 30,000 and 50,000 are thought to have crossed into Nansan, Yunnan province, China.

28 Jan 2015 description
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Part AI : Overview and sectoral analysis - English version
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Part AII : Governorate profiles - English version
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Part B : Host Countries - English version
Part AI : Overview and sectoral analysis - Arabic version
Part AII : Governorate profiles - Arabic version
Part B : Host Countries - Arabic version

This Regional Analysis of the Syria conflict (RAS) is produced quarterly and seeks to bring together information from all sources in the region to provide analysis of the overall Syria crisis. Part A covers the situation in Syria. Part A I highlights countrywide humanitarian concerns while Part A II provides detailed analysis per governorate. Part B covers the impact of the crisis on neighbouring countries.

11 Dec 2014 description
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1. CONFLICT DEVELOPMENTS IN SYRIA

The strategic situation in Syria has seen little change overall since November. Although fighting continued, including heavy clashes in Dar’a and Aleppo, there have been few major strategic developments and only limited changes in the front lines. This situation has not resulted in major changes in humanitarian access or needs within Syria during the reporting period. For details on those issues, please consult the October 2013 quarterly RAS, and the November RAS update.

I.1. Aleppo remains embattled

14 Oct 2014 description
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*This Regional Analysis of the Syria conflict (RAS) is now produced quarterly, replacing the monthly RAS of 2013. It seeks to bring together information from all sources in the region and provide holistic analysis of the overall Syria crisis. While Part I focuses on the situation within Syria, Part II covers the impact of the crisis on neighbouring countries. More information on how to use this document can be found on page 2.

03 Jun 2014 description

This RAS Brief supplements the quarterly RAS reports and seeks to highlight current key issues.
Meanwhile the RAS provides a more comprehensive, coherent analysis of the overall situation in the region as well as in each of the affected countries. The Syria Needs Analysis Project welcomes all information that could complement these reports. For additional information, comments or questions please email SNAP@ACAPS.org.

06 May 2014 description

This RAS Brief supplements the quarterly RAS reports and seeks to highlight current key issues. Meanwhile the RAS provides a more comprehensive, coherent analysis of the overall situation in the region as well as in each of the affected countries. The Syria Needs Analysis Project welcomes all information that could complement these reports. For additional information, comments or questions please email SNAP@ACAPS.org.

04 Apr 2014 description
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RAS - Crisis Overview - English version
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RAS Part I - Syria - English version
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RAS Part II – Host countries
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Crisis Overview - Arabic version

Overview
This first quarterly Regional Analysis of the Syria Conflict (RAS) replaces the monthly RAS reports. The RAS seeks to bring together information from all sources in the region and provide a coherent analysis of the overall situation in the region as well as in each of the affected countries. While Part I focuses on the situation within Syria, Part II covers the impact of the crisis on the neighbouring countries. The Syria Needs Analysis Project welcomes all information that could complement this report.

18 Mar 2014 description

This thematic report outlines the situation of the Palestinian Refugee within official and unofficial camps and settlements in Syria. The Syria Needs Analysis Project welcomes all information that could complement this report. For additional information, comments or questions please email SNAP@ACAPS.org

Overview

07 Feb 2014 description

This quarterly Regional Analysis of the Syria conflict (RAS) is an update of the December RAS and seeks to bring together information from all sources in the region and provide a holistic analysis of the overall Syria crisis. In addition, this report highlights the key humanitarian developments in 2013. While Part I focuses on the situation within Syria, Part II covers the impact of the crisis on the neighbouring countries. The Syria Needs Analysis Project welcomes all information that could complement this report.