Syria Humanitarian Situation Report December 2018

Situation report

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UNICEF Iraq/2015/ Anmar


In Syria in 2018, the siege of Eastern Ghouta came to an end by late March followed by Foa’a and Kefraya areas in Idlib in late July, and the south-east of the country became accessible for humanitarian intervention from within Syria. However, in the north-east, international non- governmental organizations remain unable to access key areas due to ongoing security concerns. The humanitarian situation in Rukban camp, near the border with Jordan, remains critical for almost 45,000 vulnerable people.



UNICEF, 2018

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