Syrian Arab Republic Crisis: Guide to Giving - How can you help (September 2013) [EN/AR]

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 19 Sep 2013


Support Affected People Inside of Syria

The Syrian Humanitarian Assistance Response Plan (SHARP) is the United Nations plan requiring over US$1.41 billion providing humanitarian assistance to an around four million people inside Syria who have been affected by the ongoing crisis.

Financial requirements: US$ 1,409,812,466

Number of people to be assisted: 6.8 million people across 14 governorates.

Priority needs: food assistance, shelter, water and sanitation, nutrition and emergency medical services, cash assistance, rehabilitation of critical infrastructure, basic services, and non‐food items, including mattresses and bedding, kitchen and hygiene sets, clothes, baby supplies, etc. For information about how to contribute to the UN agencies and partners with projects in the SHARP, please contact Ms. Julie-Ann Thompson, Manager, Financial Tracking Service, OCHA, at or

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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