Yardım ve koordine birimi Derneği-ACU, Bilgi yönetim Birimi- IMU, “Kuzey Suriye kamplarında kış ihtiyaçları” raporunun beşinci baskısını yayınlayarak, kampların gerçekliğine, yerinden edilenlerin ikamet yerlerinin niteliğine ve yaş gruplarına ışık tutuyor. Suriye krizinin önceki yıllarında kampların karşılaştığı zorluklarla önümüzdeki kış kamplarda yerinden edilenleri tehdit edebilecek tehlikeleri de yansıtan raporda, insani müdahale için uluslararası standartlara uygun en önemli ihtiyaçlar ve miktarları da yer alıyor ve yerinden edilmiş kişileri tehdit edebilecek doğal afetlerin etkisini azaltmak için yerinden edilenler ve kamp sorumlularının izlemesi gereken en önemli uygulamalara da dikkat çekiyor.
The Information Management Unit of the Assistance Coordination Unit issued a Panoramic Report on Busra Esh-Sham City located in Dar’a Governorate. The report reflects the living conditions in the city during November and December 2017. The report covers in analysis several sections: Active Civilian actors, Demography, Health, Food Security, Education, and the Infrastructure, which incorporates Water sector, Sewage System, Solid Waste, Electricity, and Public Roads Network. This report aims at drawing the attention of the decision-makers to the civil actors in the city of Busra Esh-Sham and to enable them to manage the community and provide necessary infrastructure needs and services to the community people.
The Information Management Unit of the Assistance Coordination Unit issued a Panoramic Report on Ma’arrat An Nu’man City located in Idleb Governorate. The report reflects the living conditions in the city during November and December 2017. The report consists of several sections which are: The Active Civilian actors, Demography, Health, Food Security, Education, Infrastructure that contains Water sector, Sewage System, Solid Waste, Electricity, and Public Roads Network. This report aims to draw the attention of the decision-makers to the civil actors in the city of Ma’arat An Nu’man and to enable them to manage the community and provide the necessary infrastructure and services to the inhabitants.
The Information Management Unit (IMU) of the Assistance Coordination Unit (ACU) conducted a multi-sectoral assessment for the sixth release of its periodical Dynamic Monitoring Report (DYNAMO). A total of 105 sub-districts within 11 governorates were assessed to give a comprehensive account of the humanitarian situation there, and to inform a proper response in all sectors.
The Information Management Unit (IMU) of the Assistance Coordination Unit (ACU) conducted a
multi-sectoral assessment for the fifth release of its quarterly-issued Dynamic Monitoring Report
(DYNAMO). A total of 94 sub-districts within 10 governorates were assessed to give a comprehensive
account of the humanitarian situation there, and to inform a proper response in all sectors.
This assessment was funded by the ACU and included consultation with the sector leads of the
working groups and other humanitarian partners…
The ongoing conflict taking-place in Syria has instigated one of the most exacting humanitarian crisis in world history since World War II. According to the evaluation of overall humanitarian needs issued by United Nations Office for Humanitarian Affairs in 2015, humanitarian needs have risen ten folds since the onset of the Syrian crisis. The number of Syrian people in need of humanitarian assistance has reached twelve million and two hundred thousand people, five million of them are children. The Syrian crisis was responsible for the displacement of about ten million and eight hundred thousand people, seven million and six hundred thousand of them are IDPs; making the Syrian crisis one of the biggest displacement crises in the world.
The Information Management Unit (IMU) of the Assistance Coordination Unit (ACU) has conducted a comprehensive assessment study in order to assess public needs at the village level adopting a methodology similar, largely, to that of data collection and analysis methodology used in periodic monitoring procedures. This report was issued based on a three-month process of data collection that included Aleppo and its 13 sub-districts.
The main objective of this special assessment is to narrow down the circle of information into a smaller, more focused one, to understand the situation at hand more clearly. In addition to identifying areas of problem more specifically; which, in turn, can provide better guidance on how to direct needs more effectively compared to the regular, wide scale and more general assessments on the level of region or sub-district.
This report offers detailed information on each of the targeted sectors and includes the following points:
- The number of villages included in the study is 222 villages, distributed over 13 sub-districts. The largest number of villages is located in Tall Ed-daman which encompasses 57 villages, leaving Zarbah with only 26. We were able to cover 86% of the targeted villages.
- The current number of population in the targeted villages has reached 1,573,740 people, with Jebel Saman having the highest population density of 429,969 people. In comparison with the 2,687,883 people registered in 2011, a clear decrease in population can be noticed. There has been a decrease by 1,114,143 people as a direct result of displacement, evacuation and killing due to military actions and bombardment these villages have witnessed.
- The villages were generally accessible in terms of humanitarian assistance. Only five villages were not accessible in the sub-districts of Suran, Mare’, Haritan and Tall Ed-daman.
- There are basically four villages in Aleppo Province. The strongest power dominating these villages is ISIL, which controls 52% of the Province, while the Opposition Forces controls 21%, while the control in the rest of the Province is shared between the regime and the Kurdish forces.
- The health sector is suffering a continuous state of deterioration, which affects the entire country. According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, the number of wounded people has exceeded one million, not to mention the damages that have affected 64% of the hospitals, 40% of them are out of order, as stated in one of the UN statistical studies. Some 46% of the villages in the study were found to suffer from minor lack of health care while 52% of the villages suffered significant shortages in that domain. The villages that suffered severe lack of health care causing mortalities have reached 2%, mostly in Atareb Sub-district, despite their access to humanitarian aid. In terms of diseases and medical disorders, skin diseases and leishmaniasis were found to be the most prevalent among the villages covered, 36%, whereas respiratory complaints came second at 23%, giving chronic diseases the third place at 22%..
A total of 104 areas across Syria were assessed in order to give a comprehensive account of the humanitarian situation there, and to inform a proper response in all sectors. The total population in the assessed areas was about 11.5 million. More than 34% of them were IDPs.