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Since the outbreak of the Syrian conflict in 2011, solid waste collection and disposal services have been disrupted across the country, becoming a public health issue in many cities including Deir Ez-Zor province located 450 km northeast of Damascus. It is considered the seventh largest city in ea...
Following the end of conflict, residents of Ar-Raqqa have increasingly started to return to their homes. The returnees face significant challenges as they seek to resume to normal life activities. Damage caused by the fighting remains widespread and basic services are unavailable or are extremely ...
Ar-Raqqa Governorate was once the breadbasket of Syria, producing a large share of Syria’s important cereal crops. Agricultural productivity has been severely affected since Daesh took control of Ar-Raqqa.  During the fight to liberate Ar-Raqqa from Daesh, many civilians were forced to abandon ...
As increasing numbers of formerly displaced civilians return to Ar-Raqqa, they face a myriad of hardships and challenges to their livelihoods. This includes the lack of access to sufficient food, water, shelter, and other key needs. Addressing these issues is vital to the stabilization of areas li...
Raqqa governorate has been one of the most heavily damaged areas during the fight to liberate it from Daesh. Since it was liberated, more than 138,000 IDPs have returned to Ar-Raqqa city and surroundings and need assistance. With the destruction of much of the infrastructure, access to sustainable...
Syria’s power generation system and national electricity grid suffered a great deal of damage since the outbreak of the conflict. Consequently, the country’s power generation capacity was reduced by about 75%. Power supplies to a large number of urban and rural areas, including the target city...
Agriculture, which largely contributes to the local economy and GDP in southern Syria, has suffered a significant decline since the outbreak of the Syrian crisis. The sector lacked both reliable operational agricultural equipment, such as those for grain cleaning and seed treatment, and logistical...
Education is one of the sectors worst affected by the Syrian crisis. Schools in opposition held areas suffer from both direct bombardment and funding shortages. Since the start of the conflict, the regime in Damascus stopped funding of school rehabilitation projects, salaries for teachers and admi...
Wheat crop production in Syria is of strategic importance for ensuring that food security needs of the population are met. Prior to 2010, the country required a minimum of 3.5 million MT of wheat production to ensure nation-wide food security. Except during drought years, Syria was unique among na...
Due to the conflict, the Ministry of Health in Damascus has stopped the supply of medical goods to many areas in Syria. Various donors are providing a variety of health goods and services as a matter of relief to medical facilities, but because orthopedic surgeries are expensive and donors have be...
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