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28 Aug 2018 description
report REACH Initiative

Summary

This profile provides an overview of conditions in Ein Issa Extension camp. Primary data was collected through household surveys between 23 and 26 July. Households were randomly sampled to a 95% confidence and 10% margin of error, based on population figures provided by CCCM. In some cases, additional information from camp managers has been used to support findings.

Camp Overview

05 Apr 2018 description
report REACH Initiative

INTRODUCTION

This multi-sectoral needs assessment is part of a monthly data collection exercise which aims to gather information about needs and the humanitarian situation inside Syria. The factsheets present information collected in February 2018, referring to the situation in January 2018.

05 Apr 2018 description
report REACH Initiative

OVERALL FINDINGS

Syria’s capital, Damascus city, is located in the southwest of the country, close to the border with Lebanon. The situation in the governorate is relatively stable compared to other assessed governorates across Syria.

15 Feb 2018 description

Since the beginning of November 2017, the eastern side of Hama governorate, which is under the control of the opposition forces, has been witnessing an escalation of military actions by the Syrian regime forces. The regime has increased the volume of the shelling, as its advancing has led to the flight of most of the civilians from these sub-districts towards the southern countryside of Idleb. The number of IDPs from Al-Saa’n, Elhamra, Oqeirbat, and Suran sub-districts reached 72,760 IDPs.

30 Nov 2017 description
report REACH Initiative

Summary

This profile provides a multisectoral needs overview and summarises the infrastructure and services present in Ein Issa extension camp. Primary data was collected on 28 November 2017 through 104 randomly sampled household interviews, allowing for representative findings with a 95% confidence level and 10% margin of error. Additional information was provided by interviews with camp management and direct field observation.