13.5 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance in Syria, including 6.3 million IDPs.
Conflict has killed over 324,000 people, including 87,000 civilians, and caused large-scale displacement. Protection concerns are widespread. WASH and access to food are high priorities, as well as access to health services. Humanitarian needs in areas under prolonged and ongoing siege are particularly high as access is obstructed.
Clashes are ongoing in Dara, ar Raqqa, Homs, and Hama governorates and Deir Ezzor city. The Turkish army recently increased activity in Aleppo governorate, targeting both Islamic State and the Kurdish YPG.
INFORM measures Syria's risk of humanitarian crisis and disaster to be very high, at 6.9/10. The intensity of highly violent conflict in the country is of particular concern . ?
14/07: Over 202,700 people were displaced in ar Raqqa between 1 April and 14 July, including approximately 32,500 since 1 June. The situation remains highly fluid, with displacement and returns reported in various locations.?
Protection: 13.5 million people, including 6 million children, are estimated to be in need of protection assistance.
8.2 million people need WASH access.
Health: only 43% of facilities are fully operating. 95% of people lack access to adequate healthcare. The conflict has significantly damaged health facilities, and fuel shortages further hamper access to health services.
Information Gaps and needs
There is very limited information on many areas where there are ongoing clashes. ? This includes ar Raqqa – where around 100,000 are feared to live under severe conditions. Lack of access, and fear of reprisals from the population, are driving factors in this lack of information.