Estimated 11.7M Syrians Will Require Humanitarian Aid In 2019, U.N. Official Says

U.N. News: Syria still suffering ‘staggering levels’ of humanitarian need, Security Council hears
“‘Staggering levels’ of humanitarian need persist throughout Syria, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) told Security Council members on Tuesday. Speaking on behalf of U.N. Emergency Relief Chief Mark Lowcock, Reena Ghelani, OCHA’s director for operations and advocacy, said that this year, an estimated 11.7 million people will require life-saving humanitarian assistance across the country…” (2/26).

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