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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

With the start of conflict, the solid waste management sector was badly affected. As fighting continued, equipment from the solid waste sector has been misappropriated and used as barricades. Local communities have been paying the price not only in terms of human casualties but also in the deterio... More

Due to the conflict, the Ministry of Health in Damascus has stopped the supply of medical goods to many areas in Syria. Various donors are providing a variety of health goods and services as a matter of relief to medical facilities, but because orthopedic surgeries are expensive and donors have be... More

Due to the conflict, the Ministry of Health in Damascus has stopped the supply of medical goods to many areas in Syria. Various donors are providing a variety of health goods and services as a matter of relief to medical facilities, but because orthopedic surgeries are expensive and donors have be... More

Following the outbreak of the conflict, debris and rubble accumulated as a result of the repeated shelling of cities. The lack of heavy machinery to rehabilitate water mains, remove debris, open roads, and clean city squares exacerbated the situation. As the conflict continued, waste containers we... 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

Since the onset of the conflict, the necessary inputs for vaccination and veterinary services have become unavailable, and the vaccination services were halted. This has led to a substantial increase in the number of agricultural animals that have died due to diseases, and emergence of new disease... More

Due to the on-going conflict, emigration of qualified staff, lack of funding, and scarcity of reliable waste collection trucks and associated equipment,  utility service providers have been unable to adequately perform waste collection duties. These factors have resulted in waste piling up a... More

Before the outbreak of conflict in Syria, the mainstream health services were provided by the public sector. The private sector’s health services were supplementary to those of the public sector. Critical health services were centralized in Damascus and in the capital city of each governorat... More

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