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21 Apr 2017 description
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SITUATION OVERVIEW

Hostilities between non-state armed opposition groups (NSAOGs), the Government of Syria and the Islamic State continued across Syria, with the exception of a significant reduction in fighting across the months of Feb – April, 2016 due to the ‘Cessation of Hostilities’ agreement brokered by the ISSG and the Humanitarian Task Force. As of early July, eastern districts in the city of Aleppo became effectively besieged by government of Syria forces, where some 250,000 – 275,000 people were in need.

28 Feb 2017 description

This dashboard provides an overview of the activities of partners based inside Syria as reported in the sectors’ 4Ws working under the Syria HCT. At least 118 partners from across the UN, Goverment (GoS) agencies, SARC and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have been able to reach millions of people in need of humanitarian assistance in many parts of Syria including besieged, militarily encircled and other hard to reach areas.

02 Jun 2014 description

SITUATION OVERVIEW

As the conflict enters its fourth year, almost half of the country is in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. The most likely scenario is a continuation of the conflict and deterioration of the crisis. It is expected that people will continue to move, both as a result of insecurity and lack of availability and access to basic health and social services, both within Syria and to other countries, particularly neighboring countries.

19 Sep 2013 description
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An estimated 6.8 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance. This includes at least 4.25 million internally displaced persons. People have increasingly limited access to basic services, including health care, water and sanitation. There is also a critical lack of supplies of life-saving medicines and medical equipment. Access to food and fuel is limited in many areas, and prices are prohibitive for many people.