Regional Situation Report for Syria Crisis #73 September 2018

Publication Date: September 2018
Author: UNFPA Regional Syria Response Hub


UNFPA Syria continues to collaborate with local partners to respond to the needs of IDPs’ fleeing their homes in the southwest Syria, including Daraa, Sweida and Quneitra.

With mobile and static clinics established in Izraa, Sanameen, Jbab, as well as in shelters in Daraa and Sweida, efforts are ongoing to ensure that those fleeing the conflict have access to basic and emergency reproductive health services.

UNFPA continued to organize a variety of training programs nationwide, including a youth training program in Homs covering reproductive health and gender-based violence, as well as a women’s empowerment training programme in Aleppo for gender-basedviolence survivors.

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