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Syria | Bringing care to thousands of newly displaced people

Since the beginning of May 2019, bombing and shelling have intensified in northwest Syria.

First figures indicate that more than 25,000 families (more than 150,000 individuals) were displaced by the bombings, between 29 April and 5 May 2019.

Thousands arrived in the northwest of Idlib governorate, where we conduct some of our mobile clinic activities. As a result, we adapted to focus on primarily on assisting newly displaced families who found refuge in makeshift camps.

We are also increasing our response, planning for more emergency distributions and water provision in various camps of northwest Syria. 

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