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Education is one of the sectors worst affected by the Syrian crisis. Schools in opposition held areas suffer from both direct bombardment and funding shortages. Since the start of the conflict, the regime in Damascus stopped funding of school rehabilitation projects, salaries for teachers and admi... More

Since the start of the conflict, the regime stopped funding of operations and maintenance of pump stations that supply and distribute water via water networks in Quneitra Governorate. This has led to a gradual decay of the said facilities. In addition, a number of potable water and sanitation netw... More

Since the start of the conflict, grain centres have been targeted and are either partially destroyed or out of service. In the northern Aleppo countryside, several bakeries were targeted by airstrikes and a few others were vandalized. Currently, flour is provided to the operating bakeries mainly b... More

The war in Syria caused extensive destruction of infrastructure and residential buildings and generated massive amounts of rubble of construction materials. In Dar’a Governorate alone, it is estimated that 60,000 houses (homes for approximately 360,000 people) have been destroyed. This has r... More

The potable water supply network in the Aleppo Countryside has experienced shortages due to a number of reasons. First, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) have fled from cities to the countryside, causing an increased demand for water in this area. Secondly, a large number of towns and small citi... More

The wheat crop production in Syria has always been considered of strategic importance in meeting the food security needs of the population. A series of consecutive drought years, up to the current conflict and insecurity conditions, high transport cost due to high prices of fuel, lack of funds ava... More

Prior to the conflict, the General Organization for Seed Multiplication (GOSMF) had more than 150 field vehicles, many warehouses of various storage capacities, and a number of offices throughout Syria. Additionally, GOSMF had screening and treating machines to ensure a high quality wheat seed pro... More

Since the start of the conflict and due to the lack of resources, the equipment of the high voltage transmission has not been sufficiently maintained and is at a high risk of failure for some areas in Aleppo Governorate. Without the planned preventive maintenance of the high voltage sub-stations t... More

In 2011, approximately 85% of the population in Syria had access to safe drinking water; this figure has declined to 40% since the Syrian crisis began. In addition, water quality is deteriorating and water supply diminishing. In the selected city and adjacent areas, the water supply has been heav... More

Following the outbreak of conflict in Syria, the Ministry of Health in Damascus stopped the supplies of medical inputs to many areas. By contrast, a number of humanitarian agencies and donors continued to provide much needed health services and support to local medical facilities through supp... More

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