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The population of this selected city and its adjacent areas suffers from a lack of OB/GYN, pediatric, maternal, neonatal, and intensive care services because many large public hospitals in Aleppo Governorate that once provided these services have been destroyed or have ceased operations.   ... More

Since the start of the revolution, Syria’s agriculture sector has weakened considerably. Violence and misappropriations have destroyed vast swaths of farmland, while militia checkpoints and a deteriorating infrastructure have significantly hampered the transportation, distribution, and sale ... More

Due to the conflict, many health facilities in Syria have been destroyed. In order to address health needs, many local doctors and NGOs have established hospitals in some areas of Idleb Governorate.   The hospitals opened with a primary focus on emergency services and trauma surgery, and th... More

Due to the conflict, the Ministry of Health in Damascus has stopped the supply of medical drugs and consumables to many areas. Various NGOs are providing a variety of health services and supplies, including emergency medications, to relieve medical facilities, but there exists a substantial lack o... More

With the start of the conflict, municipalities stopped collecting solid waste. The whole area received repeated bombardment at the early days of the conflict, which resulted in extensive casualties in human and physical assets. As the conflict continued, waste containers were misappropriated, used... More

Before the conflict, the selected area had 48 ambulances in its emergency response system, in addition to ambulances in the private health sector that were not used for public purposes. Due to the conflict, there appeared a need for rapid intervention and meeting the needs of the medical communit... More

In the next 12 months, the Syrian population will face major problems related to food security. As of June 2014, there is a concrete risk that harvested wheat is bought by traders that later on speculate on its price (thus causing rapid price fluctuations). Without any grain reserves, there is a s... More

Syria’s wheat production in the 2014 was down 50% of the 10-year-average, namely 1 million tons per year, according to FAO estimates. To meet basic consumption needs, the Syrian Public Establishment for Grains (SPEG) estimated that Syrians require at least an additional quantity of 250,000 &... More

The selected pumping stations system consists of 11 pumping stations that have been strategically installed to provide water for irrigating agricultural lands in Dar’a Governorate. It is the primary provider of irrigated water for agricultural purposes and also provides 49% of the communitie... 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

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