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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

Electricity transformers have burned, cables have gone missing, and electrical relays and other equipment have been destroyed or are in need of severe repair. Without electricity, water pumps do not function, food production is reduced, and there is a meager provision of health care services and o... More

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