Despite an escalation in conflict and a reported decline in humanitarian conditions in the South of Syria in the communities, the area has received less international media attention than other countries experiencing mass displacement in the region, to help humanitarian actors with information about the developments and the last change in the humanitarian needs.
So Al-Ameen Organization, in an attempt to capture a view of the humanitarian situation in the South of Syria in Daraa governorate, performed Rapid Needs Assessment, due to rapid change in the security situation, displacement, and the demographic change on the ground, besides the need to updated information for these locations, also in some locations no information was submitted, also to shed the light on the afflicted people who suffer from the lack of the most life basics over the past three years since the regime had controlled this area.
This report provides a community-level analysis of the humanitarian situation in the South of Syria. It analyzed changes in major humanitarian sectors of displacement, shelter, NFI, food security and livelihood, protection, WASH, education, health, and emergency for 17 sub-districts that had been distributed in the South of Syria over three months from May 2021 to early July 2021.
Al-Ameen Organization access in the South of Syria in the communities was under the self-control areas also remotely to regime areas, was to 17 sub-districts and 189 communities, in the meanwhile Data Collection Coverage targeted all sub-districts and communities in these covered sub-districts.
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