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Syria’s power generation system and national electricity grid suffered a great deal of damage since the outbreak of the conflict. Consequently, the country’s power generation capacity was reduced by about 75%. Power supplies to a large number of urban and rural areas, including the tar... More

The availability of necessary inputs and support for livestock vaccination in Dar’a Governorate has become increasing difficult since the start of the conflict.  Consequently, vaccination services were halted leading to a substantial increase in the demise incidence among agricultural a... More

Agriculture, which largely contributes to the local economy and GDP in southern Syria, has suffered a significant decline since the outbreak of the Syrian crisis. The sector lacked both reliable operational agricultural equipment, such as those for grain cleaning and seed treatment, and logistical... More

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

Wheat crop production in Syria is of strategic importance for ensuring that food security needs of the population are met. Prior to 2010, the country required a minimum of 3.5 million MT of wheat production to ensure nation-wide food security. Except during drought years, Syria was unique among n... More

Since the start of conflict in Syria, the Governorate of Dar’a continues to suffer heavy shelling, resulting in disruption of public services and the heavy destruction of critical infrastructure, including educational facilities.   The functionality of schools, and that of the educati... 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

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