The crisis in Syria has taken a devastating toll on education; leaving over 7,000 schools damaged or destroyed and about 2 million children out of school.
1.emergency response (securing emergency food needs through food baskets distribution – cash or voucher support)
The healthcare system in northeastern Syria has always suffered from neglect by the central government even before the start of Syrian crises, impacting the availability.
The Syrian crises led to 5.5 million children and pregnant and lactating women(PLW) in need of life-saving preventive and curative nutrition interventions in 2022, compared with 4.9 million in 2021.
The decade-long crisis in Syria continues to affect millions of lives. According to the 2023 Humanitarian Needs Overview, some 15.3 million people need humanitarian assistance.