Humanitarian Situation Overview in Syria (HSOS): Northeast Syria, February 2019

Report
from REACH Initiative
Published on 15 Apr 2019 View Original

Introduction

HSOS is a monthly assessment that aims to provide comprehensive, multi-sectoral information about the humanitarian situation inside Syria. The assessment is conducted at the community level covering displacement, shelter and non-food items (SNFI), health, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), food security and livelihoods (FSL), and education.
The factsheet presents information gathered in 617 communities across AlHasakeh (200 communities), eastern Aleppo* (46 communities), Deir-ez-Zor (158 communities), and Ar-Raqqa (213 communities) governorates. Data was collected during the month of March 2019, and refers to the situation in the northeast region in February 2019. Findings are indicative rather than representative, and should not be generalised across the region.
For community-level data, datasets are available on the REACH Resource Centre, the Humanitarian Data Exchange, and are also distributed through partners across the humanitarian community.

*The eastern part of Aleppo where humanitarian response and coordination is conducted from the northeast rather than the northwest.