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Urban Area Humanitarian Profile: Al Hasakeh

Food, Health and Water Assessment

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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Language:English
Keywords:Food and nutrition, Health, Needs assessment, Urban, Water and sanitation
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 Al Hasakeh 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 Al Hasakeh 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 Al Hasakeh and to guide further assessments.

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