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June 2022

Humanitarian Situation Overview:

The overall humanitarian situation remains dire in north-west Syria (NWS), with the population reaching approximately 4.4 million people as of June 2022. Humanitarian needs continue to be driven by the impacts of over a decade of hostilities exacerbated by economic deterioration and multiple displacements.

  • 80 partners
  • $192.7 M (39%) required (funded)
  • 0 / 0 / 0 people in need / targeted / reached

March 2022

Humanitarian Situation Overview

The overall humanitarian situation remains dire in north-west Syria (NWS), with the population reaching approximately 4.5 million people as of December 2021. Humanitarian needs continue to be driven by the impacts of over a decade of hostilities exacerbated by economic deterioration and multiple displacements.

  • 80 partners
  • $192.7 M (26%) required (funded)
  • 0 / 0 / 0 people in need / targeted / reached

December 2021

Humanitarian Situation Overview

The overall humanitarian situation remains dire in north-west Syria (NWS), with the population reaching approximately 4.5 million people as of December 2021. Humanitarian needs continue to be driven by the impacts of over a decade of hostilities exacerbated by economic deterioration and multiple displacements.

  • 60 partners
  • $187.6 M (83%) required (funded)
  • 0 / 0 / 0 people in need / targeted / reached

September 2021

Humanitarian Situation OverviewThe overall humanitarian situation remains dire in north-west Syria (NWS), with the population reaching approximately 4.5 million people as of September 2021. Humanitarian needs continue to be driven by the impacts of over a decade of hostilities exacerbated by economic deterioration and multiple displacements.More than 2.7 million are Internally Displaced People (IDPs), many of whom are living in over-crowded locations with limited access to essential services. As of September 2021, over 1.7 million IDPs were living in 1,399 camps or informal sites.

  • 59 partners
  • $187.6 M (56%) required (funded)
  • 0 / 0 / 0 people in need / targeted / reached

June 2021

Displacement Updates in North-West SyriaThe overall humanitarian situation remains dire in north-west Syria (NWS), with the population reaching approximately 4.5 million people as of June 2021. Humanitarian needs continue to be driven by the impacts of over a decade of hostilities exacerbated by economic deterioration and multiple displacements.More than 2.7 million are Internally Displaced People (IDPs), many of whom are living in over-crowded locations with limited access to essential services. As of June 2021, over 1.7 million IDPs were living in 1,393 camps or informal sites.

  • 57 partners
  • $187.6 M (43%) required (funded)
  • 0 / 0 / 0 people in need / targeted / reached

March 2021

Displacement Updates in North-West SyriaBetween 2020 and 2021, the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance in north-west Syria (NWS) has increased from 2.8 to 3.4 million people. The overall humanitarian situation remains dire for 4.2 million people living in Idleb and Afrin as well as A’zaz to Jarablus areas in NWS.

  • 55 partners
  • $150.0 M (39%) required (funded)
  • 0 / 0 / 0 people in need / targeted / reached

December 2020

Displacement Updates in North-West SyriaOver 2.7 million IDPs are living in north-west Syria, bringing the total population to more than four million.As reported by HNAP, in December 2020, a total of 27,562 IDP movements were recorded, marking a minor 2 percent increase from the previous month of November. Idleb and Aleppo governorates were both the top origin and arrival governorates for the newly displaced IDPs, with the majority displaced from Idleb (56 percent) and the highest percentage displaced to Aleppo (49 percent).

  • 75 partners
  • $150.1 M (127%) required (funded)
  • 2.7 M / 2.3 M / 3.0 M people in need / targeted / reached

September 2020

Displacement Updates in North-West SyriaOver 2.6 million IDPs are living in north-west Syria, bringing the total population to more than four million.As reported by HNAP, 20,613 IDPs were displaced in September, two-thirds of whom have been displaced three or more times (65 percent). The top three sub-districts of arrival were Maaret Tamsrin, Idleb and Atareb.

  • 73 partners
  • $150.1 M (97%) required (funded)
  • 2.7 M / 2.3 M / 2.1 M people in need / targeted / reached

June 2020

Displacement Updates in North-West SyriaOver 2.6 million IDPs are living in north-west Syria, including 960,000 people who were newly displaced since December as a consequence of the latest escalation in conflict.According to HNAP, as of June 2020, almost half of the IDP population are now living in adequate housing.

  • 76 partners
  • $150.1 M (66%) required (funded)
  • 2.6 M / 2.3 M / 1.5 M people in need / targeted / reached

March 2020

Major Developments in North-West SyriaOver 2.8 million IDPs are living in north-west Syria, including 960,000 people have who have been newly displaced since December as a consequence of the latest escalation in conflict.Shelter options are extremely limited and many IDPs resort to inadequate types of shelter.

  • 51 partners
  • $150.1 M (35%) required (funded)
  • 2.8 M / 2.3 M / 1.2 M people in need / targeted / reached