Millions of Syrians in dire need of life saving assistance: UN
United Nations says more than eleven million Syrian people are in dire need of humanitarian assistance including food, health care, shelter, water, sanitation, hygiene and even their livelihood.
The Spokesman for UN Secretary-General, Stephane Dujarric told reporters at a regular briefing that crisis are far from over for millions of people who have lived through eight years of war.
Dujarric appealed for continued donor support for critical life-saving, protection and livelihood needs of people in Syria.
Earlier, UN Humanitarian Needs Overview for Syria said in its report that more than two million boys and girls are currently out of school in Syria as people’s resources are depleting in the country.