12 trucks loaded with mattresses, blankets, solar lamps and plastic sheets reaches Deir Ez-Zor governorate in eastern Syria.
In east Aleppo, we are seeing shops reopening, children going back to school, and aid workers rushing to provide help to returnees.
Norwegian Delegation visited Homs, met with the displaced people and voluntary returnees and explored UNHCR’s response that is helping people restart their lives.
UNHCR statement regarding the humanitarian response in northern Syria and Ar Raqqa
UNHCR statement about the death of 40 individuals due to car bombs attacks in Abu Fas Checkpoint between Der ez Zor and Hassakeh governorates
Driven out from their homes by fighting for years, Syrian internally displaced people return to their destroyed homes in the towns and villages of northern rural Hama to try starting again a normal life.
Communication can be as vital as food and water. Information and communication provide insight into people’s knowledge, attitudes, and practices and offers active innovative tools to better support them.
UNHCR Representative for Syria, Sajjad Malik presided over the opening of a new community centre in Hama city. Mr. Malik also visited Soran town in Hama, where he met with returnees and witnessed first-hand the urgent need for rehabilitation.
During his visit to Homs, Sajjad Malik visited livelihood projects and restoration of infrastructure projects and met with people who recently returned to their homes in Homs.
For the first time in three years, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency has been able to send 5 trucks loaded with life-saving assistance to the city of Deir Ez-Zor.
Practicing medicine for more than fifty years, the 74-year-old doctor spends most of his day in his clinic providing medical assistance to thousands of displaced and vulnerable people.
UNHCR and partner PUI completed the rehabilitation of two schools as part of its response to empower education system and to support the student to return back to schools.