A mother stands with her two children at a Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon

Syria: In conflict since 2011

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An acute humanitarian crisis

14 million

people need humanitarian assistance

5.7 million

Syrian refugees living in neighboring countries

6.7 million

people displaced within Syria

11.5 million

people live in areas contaminated by explosive hazards

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The social and economic collapse of Syria



Syrians face hyperinflation, food shortages, and joblessness. The depreciation of the Syrian Pound, mismanagement of the economy, international sanctions, and the Covid-19 pandemic have hit families hard. 12.4 million Syrians are food insecure.



Bombing causes long-term physical and psychological trauma. At least 77,000 civilians have been killed or injured by explosive violence. 80% of people injured by explosive weapons report experiencing psychological distress.



Bombs have shattered water mains, electricity networks, schools, and hospitals. Only half of the country's health facilities are functioning at full capacity. Even in areas where conflict has subsided, access to basic services is limited.