The cessation of peace talks in early August 2016 without a peace agreement being reached has seen the intensification of fighting across the country, including an alarming increase in airstrikes.

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In July 2016, UNFPA reached thousands of women and girls in Syria with critically needed support.

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During July 2016, UNFPA Syria, in cooperation with the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), launched the first reproductive health clinic in the besieged area of Al-Waer in Homs.

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By July 2016, 4 million people were reached, out of the 13.6 million people being targeted for humanitarian assistance in 2016. The needs, however, are becoming more acute, particularly among the 2.8 million men, women...

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After more than 15 months, the UNFPA Yemen team was able to undertake a mission outside of Sana'a to Ibb Governorate to reach out to the people most in need.

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168,570 reproductive health services were delivered to Syrians; 5,674 deliveries were supported, including 1,395 Caesarean section deliveries; 9,525 gender-based violence response services were provided to Syrians; 3...

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More than 13 million Yemenis continue to need immediate life-saving assistance as a result of a bleak humanitarian situation in the country that continues to worsen. Access to health care is among the most critical...

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Highlights of the UNFPA response A UN-wide programme criticality (PC) assessment was conducted in late May to enhance the UN’s humanitarian response in Yemen. UNFPA has advocated for four outputs related to life-saving...

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The dramatic depreciation of the value of the Syrian Pound is affecting the ability of the people to cope with the increased cost of living. As such, women can be exposed to different risks including gender-based...

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Highlights In the Syrian Arab Republic: 440,021 reproductive health services. 12,586 deliveries supported, including Caesarean-section deliveries. 30,389 gender-based violence related services. 15,800 Syrians benefited...

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