UNHCR Syria Area-Based Programming and Humanitarian Early Recovery – December 2022
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The Syria crisis is now in its twelfth year. The UN estimates that 14.6 million people need humanitarian assistance across the country, a 9% increase from the previous year (2022 HNO). While the security situation in some parts of the country is unpredictable, the economic deterioration is pushing millions of people into poverty. Access to basic services and livelihoods is limited. Syrians are increasingly unable to cope and meet their basic needs. The UN estimates that 90% of Syrians live below the poverty line, 76% of households are unable to meet basic needs, and an estimated 12 million people - roughly 54% of the Syrian population - is food insecure (2022 HNO).
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