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Urban Area Humanitarian Profile: Qamishli

Food, Health and Water Assessment

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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Keywords:Urban
Countries:Syria
Agency:REACH - REACH Initiative
Date published:August 2014

This assessment presents an analysis of data collected by REACH enumerators between 22 and 30 July 2014 in Qamishli city. The findings from this assessment highlight sector specific – Food, Health and Water – humanitarian needs and gaps in order to inform the relief response for affected populations in Qamishli city. This assessment does not aim to provide detailed programmatic information; it is designed to share with a broad audience a concise overview of the current situation in the city of Qamishli and to guide further assessments.

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