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June 2022

Winter PDM: Results from the winter PDM for the 2021-22 response were published, notable findings include; perceived increase in intensity of winter conditions, access constraints, item price fluctuations.
ISG coordination retreat: A two-day ISG coordination retreat was held in May, where constructive discussions were held on (amongst other things) ways to further improve WoS coordination mechanisms and formulation of ISG work-planning for 2022.

  • 71 partners
  • $534.2 M (27%) required (funded)
  • 10.5 M / 5.7 M / 2.0 M people in need / targeted / reached

June 2022

Winter PDM: Results from the winter PDM for the 2021-22 response were published and few key findings were – increase in intensity in winter conditions, access constraint and price fluctuation of items.
ISG coordination retreat: A two-day ISG coordination retreat was held in May, where constructive discussions were held on ways to further improve WoS coordination mechanism along with formulation on ISG workplan for 2022.

  • 71 partners
  • $534.2 M (19%) required (funded)
  • 10.5 M / 5.7 M / 1.1 M people in need / targeted / reached

March 2022

Winter emergency: SNFI partners responded to the critical needs of the people affected by severe snowstorms in January and February, by providing life-saving shelter and NFI assistance.
HRP 2022-23: The SNFI sector approved 79 projects with a combined funding request of USD534 million for the first year of the multi-year Syria HRP 2022-23.

  • 71 partners
  • $534.2 M (19%) required (funded)
  • 10.5 M / 5.7 M / 1.1 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2021

SNFI partners continue to provide life-saving assistance by responding to the needs of the most vulnerable.

  • 93 partners
  • $521.7 M (62%) required (funded)
  • 10.6 M / 4.6 M / 4.7 M people in need / targeted / reached

September 2021

SNFI partners continue to provide life-saving assistance by responding to the needs of the most vulnerable.

  • 87 partners
  • $521.7 M (35%) required (funded)
  • 10.6 M / 5.6 M / 3.7 M people in need / targeted / reached

February 2021

SNFI partners continue to provide life-saving assistance by responding to the winter needs of the most vulnerable, providing essential winter items such as blankets, winter jackets and fuel.

  • 68 partners
  • $569.9 M (64%) required (funded)
  • 10.0 M / 6.3 M / 4.4 M people in need / targeted / reached

November 2020

Approvals for shelter projects and lift of the Covid-19 lockdown led to an increase in repair of damaged houses and public buildings/infrastructure across Syria. Over the summer, NFI partners in NES and NWS expanded their support by providing assistance to help the most vulnerable stay cool during hot weather..

  • 68 partners
  • $569.9 M (60%) required (funded)
  • 10.0 M / 6.3 M / 3.1 M people in need / targeted / reached

August 2020

Rising rates of COVID-19 and the economic situation in Syria are posing challenges to humanitarian partners trying to deliver meaningful assistance in a safe and dignified manner.

  • 68 partners
  • $569.9 M (47%) required (funded)
  • 10.0 M / 6.3 M / 2.0 M people in need / targeted / reached

May 2020

  

  • 68 partners
  • $569.9 M (11%) required (funded)