16 01, 2024
  • A Syrian family organizes their last month of aid from the World Food Program at their home in the Idlib countryside’s Atma displacement camp in December, the same month the UN body announced it would suspend its in-kind food assistance program across Syria due to a lack of funding

Syrians lose WFP lifeline as US slashes funding

By Natacha Danon|2024-02-01T12:12:58+01:00January 16, 2024|

Millions of Syrians face hunger with the suspension of all in-kind WFP food aid this month, in part due to major cuts to US funding. US aid cuts of up to 50 percent are expected across all humanitarian sectors in 2024, senior humanitarian sources said.

21 03, 2023

‘Strangers in our own homes’: A waning Assyrian community holds on in northeastern Syria

By Lyse MauvaisSolin Muhammed Amin|2023-03-21T17:15:47+01:00March 21, 2023|

Eight years after the Islamic State attacked Assyrian villages along the Khabour River in Hasakah province, less than 10 percent of the community has returned to its historic home. What are the housing, land and property issues faced by this community in exile? And how do Assyrians see the future of their villages, which have become home to thousands of displaced people?

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