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20 Nov 2017 description
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Summary: Arabic - Arabic version

Entering the seventh year of the crisis, the scale, severity, and complexity of needs across Syria remain overwhelming. Some 13.1 million people in Syria require humanitarian assistance. Of these, 5.6 million people are in acute need due to a convergence of vulnerabilities resulting from displacement, exposure to hostilities, and limited access to basic goods and services.

01 Dec 2016 description
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IMPACT OF THE CRISIS

More than five years after the start of the conflict, intense hostilities persist across many parts of Syria. Parties to the conflict continue to commit violations of international humanitarian and international human rights law. Economic collapse continues to drive the immense humanitarian crisis across the country.

Unrelenting hostilities/violence

29 Dec 2015 description

IMPACT OF THE CRISIS

Maher Ghafari speaks of his city with tremendous pride and unbearable pain. “I don’t know how to describe my feelings,” said Ghafari, a Syrian humanitarian worker and water engineer. “In the last two days, I feel like I’m going to collapse.”

26 Apr 2013 description

The humanitarian situation in Syria is catastrophic and continues to deteriorate at a rapid pace. Fierce fighting across large parts of the country has led to massive displacement and mounting refugee outflows. Almost 80,000 people have been killed since the conflict began two years ago. An estimated 6.8 million Syrians, or almost one-third of the entire population, now require humanitarian assistance, including 4.25 million internally displaced people. This marks an increase of 5.5 million affected people since March 2012.