The southern countryside of Idlib followed by Aleppo western country side are subjected to an unprecedented campaign of military escalation by the Syrian regime and Russian forces, and intensively in the city of Ma`rat al-Numan and its countryside, which is the second largest city in the Idlib Governorate.
Considering the repeated attacks, the Response Coordinators team in Syrian continues to count and track IDPs from military actions in different areas of the southern and southeastern countryside of Idlib, besides Aleppo western country side As the area became almost empty of residents, most civilians fleeing the hell of bombing went to other cities in north and west of Idlib, and to the crowded camps for the displaced along the border with Turkey, and some went to areas in north and west Aleppo, which caused the interruption of the main roads in Idlib Governorate For several days, civilian life is disrupted in large parts of the province.
As a result of the massive wave of displacement, many civil society organizations have undertaken an emergency response to mitigate the slow displacement of families during the winter season, in addition to the response campaigns that were also unifying efforts for organizations.
The before mentioned campaign carried out tracking of new IDPs and rapid needs surveys. Thousands of displaced families affected were targeted with multiple needs in relation to the shelter division and the distribution of food and non-food baskets and other needs of the displaced families.
“We are trying as much as possible to reach those affected by our displaced people recently in the campaign to alleviate their pain and stand by them.”Abdullah Swied, director of the Molham volunteer team inside Syria
Abdullah Swied, director of the Molham volunteer team inside Syria said:
“We are trying as much as possible to reach those affected by our displaced
people recently in the campaign to alleviate their pain and stand by them.”
Swied indicated that all the organizations operate in full capacity and work
within a unified pattern to serve our displaced people.”
It is noteworthy that the Idlib governorate includes about three million
people, about half of whom were forcibly displaced from other areas such
as Homs, Aleppo, Damascus countryside, etc. as the regime and Russian
forces continue to gnaw parts of the governorate using the scorched earth
method, trying to advance to control the Aleppo-Damascus highway and
then heading north towards the city of Idlib, and all of this is happening in
conjunction with the silence of an international community that contradicts all of its values of humanity.