The Information Management Unit (IMU) of the Assistance Coordination Unit (ACU), through its network of enumerators distributed in the sub-districts of Idleb governorate and in the northern Syria camps tracked the numbers of the IDPs. The data is triangulated with secondary sources of information to assess their basic needs and locate their current places of residence. The number of registered IDPs up to the date of January 7, 2018, stood at 117,876 persons, who took refuge in 198 displacement points. Only 10% of the IDPs were able to reach the Northern camps and distributed within Atmeh, Al-Karameh, Qah, and Al-Rahmeh clusters in Dana sub-district, and to IDP camp in Salqin sub-district with a number of 11,868 IDPs totaling 1,978 households.
The Status of Service Provision in Idleb City report was written upon the request of several stakeholders. The report is considered a pilot project, to be used as a proof of concept for IMU’s new, mixed methods research methodology. The report provides information about the status of service provision in Idleb City, as well as public opinions of these services. Following a feedback process, the IMU will produce a report that assesses services in communities throughout Idleb province.
The third wave of IDPs departed the neighborhood towards Maaret Elekhwan village, in Maaret Tamsrin sub-district in Idleb governorate on 1 April 2017. It is worth mentioning that their departure date was postponed nearly ten days for security reasons due to…
After the first forced displacement inhabitants of Al-Wa’ar Neighborhood, which left on 18 March 2017 and arrived Jarablus, in a journey that took 40 hours1, the second wave of IDPs, 370 families, 1,850 people, including 650 women, 180 babies, and 40 sick and injured people and people with special needs, left Al-Wa’ar. The procedures for the second IDP influx from Al-Wa’ar towards Jarablys began since 2 am on Monday, 27 March 2017, and they arrived at Al-Bab in the evening. Then, they resumed their journey on the next morning to their planned…
IDPs in Northern Syria camps suffer from bad living conditions especially with the advent of winter season. On the other hand, the increased IDPs’ numbers make the provided aid by humanitarian organizations insufficient and does not cover all IDPs’ needs. It is worth noting that late humanitarian response and delay in sending emergency materials delayed the humanitarian Implementation of winter projects and negatively affected IDPs.
Twenty-one camps flooded at Atma and Al Karama clusters where large number of tents and rooms flooded, and ten tents were torn in Al Hadeel camp. In addition, heavy…
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…
Northern Aleppo Countryside is considered one of the main revolution’s strongholds and the biggest reservoir
of population. The liberation of this area was strategically important in supporting the Syrian Revolution, as it is
the only crossing to Turkish lands. Humanitarian aid is passed to out of regime control areas and injured people
are transferred to Turkish hospitals through this crossing.
After the failure of Russian plans in supporting the regime to move forward the Southern Aleppo Countryside
and opening the highway Damascus-Aleppo, the Russian Air Force (RuAF) started shelling the northern countryside
of Aleppo in order to prepare the regime to siege Aleppo City. About 161 Russian air raids were launched
during last week of January 2016 on NSAG controlled areas in Northern Aleppo Countryside targeting civil….
Information Management Unit at Assistance Coordination Unit has launched a bulletin about the main issues
and needs of IDPs within the assessed camps on basic sectors: food security; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
(WASH); Health; Education; Shelter and Non-Food items (NFIs); as well as the population demography and the
number of individuals and families during December 2015. The ACU’s enumerators have covered 165 camps
during December 2015 within ten clusters in Northern Syria distributed on three governorates Aleppo, Idleb and
Lattakia. The number of assessed camps during December has increased by two camps. Al Bayan camp within
Atma cluster was split into two camps Al Forkan and Al Bayan after the separation of some families from the old
camp. As well as, Zamzam camp was divided into two camps Zamzam1 and Zamzam2 at the end of November
and the new camps was…
Around 200 KG of firewood had been delivered to 1200 beneficiary families in Damascus’ eastern Gotah.
As a part of shelter support program, ACU with “Adalah” for development and relief organization delivered an amount of 240 ton of firewood to the IDP families who came from Duma in the rural Damascus.
ACU’s enumerators have assessed 163 camps within ten camp clusters in Northern Syria located in three
governorates Aleppo, Idleb and Lattakia during November 2015. The assessed clusters are Atma, Al
Karama, Al Rahma, Sarmada, Salqin, Yamadia, Qah, Kherbet Aljouz, Jarablus and Bab Al Salameh. Camp
situation was relatively stable during November, where 176 new displaced families have arrived to the
assessed camps during November. As well as, some camps witnessed the departure of some families and
individuals from some camps mainly for two reasons, firstly, some IDPs returned to their villages for olive
picking season, and secondly many newly displaced families did not receive shelter in camps so they
were headed to Turkey or resorted to some safe neighboring villages. The two assessed camps in Jarablus
cluster Al Jabal and Al Khames are still under ban to enter any kind of humanitarian aid and the
enumerator was prohibited from entering the cluster or meeting the IDPs. In addition, the cluster is still
suffering from the absence of medical points and schools due to the absence of support. It is worth
mentioning that Molhak Dar Alajaza camp within Qah cluster is…..