Syria Crisis Dashboard (August 2015)

from UN Children's Fund
Published on 29 Sep 2015 View Original

In Syria, accessing children and their families in hard to reach locations remains a signicant challenge due to heavy restrictions, denial of access and the danger of operating in active conict zones. UNICEF deliveries have managed to reach approximately 8% of the 422,000 people living in besieged locations and 26 percent (1.1 million people) of 4.2 million people in need in hard to reach areas. Despite these dicult circumstances, UNICEF managed to deliver Education, WASH, Nutrition and Child Protection services to an estimated 200,000 people in 25 dierent hard to reach locations in all governorates including in ISIL controlled Raqqa and Deir-ez-Zor during the month of August

In Jordan, in August, essential WASH services were provided to approximately 103,115 people, including 56,940 children, living in Za’atari, Azraq, King Abdullah Park and Cyber City camps. Since January 2015, WASH services have been provided to an estimated 112,428 people living in camps.