Humanitarian Aid to Syria in Crisis

hum“With hopes for comprehensive peace talks in the immediate future nearly quashed, groups monitoring the ongoing crisis in Syria say more attention needs to be paid to the intractable dilemma of delivering humanitarian aid to the country.

More than nine million people currently require immediate assistance in Syria, the United Nations said recently, many of them suffering from a lack of food, water, and basic medical supplies as winter edges closer.

But aid workers cannot reach them, monitors say, largely because the Syrian government has restricted access…”

Read the full article in The Huffington Post.

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