UN Security Council Resolutions 2165/2191/2258/2332/2393
Through the unanimous adoption of resolutions 2165 (2014),and its subsequent renewals 2191 (2014), 2258 (2015) , 2332 (2016) and 2393 (2017) until 10 January 2019, the UN Security Council has authorized UN agencies and their partners to use routes across conflict lines and the border crossings at Bab al-Salam, Bab al-Hawa (Turkey - Syria), Al Yarubiyah (Iraq - Syria) and Al-Ramtha (Jordan - Syria) to deliver humanitarian assistance, including medical and surgical supplies, to people in need in Syria.
2017 at a glance:
In 2017, around 2.9 million people were displaced from their homes. The estimated number of people displaced per day was 7,878 and per month was 239,612.
People reached numbers reported are for December 2017 only.
CCCM cluster tracked 2,485,434 IDPs and has coordinated the provision of lifesaving multi-sectoral response to 352,163 IDPs living in 375 informal settlements in December 2017.
UN Security Council Resolution 2165/2191/2258/2332
Resolution 2332 [formerly 2258 (2015), 2165 (2014) and 2191 (2014)] authorizes UN agencies and their partners to use routes across conflict lines and the border crossings at Bab al-Salam, Bab al-Hawa, Al Yarubiyah and Al-Ramtha, to deliver humanitarian assistance to the people in need in Syria. The Government of Syria is notified in advance of each shipment and a UN Monitoring Mechanism oversees and confirms the humanitarian nature of consignments. The first UN shipment from Turkey started on 24 July 2014.
People reached numbers reported are for November 2017 only.
CCCM cluster tracked 2,321,068 IDPs and coordinated the provision of lifesaving multi-sectoral response to 361,394 IDPs living in 398 informal settlements in November 2017.