In light of the developing crisis in the region and the increased number of civilians who have been forced to reside in Idlib; our team in the area want to make sure they are prepared for the worst. As military attacks on the area expect to intensify, our five Primary Health centers will experience an increased number of patients through the doors placing a significant strain on our medical team who will no doubt be treating large numbers of wounded.
Our protection team will be working around the clock to ensure they are aware of any sign of child abuse or exploitation as we expect the anticipated military offensive to force more families into Idlib’s overcrowded, makeshift camps. With hundreds of Syria Relief staff members currently working in Idleb, it is crucial we are prepared for any further military offensive in the area. As many of our team members working in Idleb have recently fled formerly besieged areas, this won’t be the first military offensive they experience. With experience and preparation, we will work to the best of our capacity to provide humanitarian assistance to civilians affected by the violence.
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