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Members Monthly Activities

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This report covers implemented projects by Shaml civil society organizations since The beginning of 2017 until June 2018, including activities in relief, development, and civil work. Activities have been implemented in :7 governorates, 20 districts, 33 sub-districts and 65 community. ached In 2017-2018 .

SHAML Organization Monthly Activities
Report  For May 2018:

The report covers 7 Governorates of Syria, 18 Districts, 30 Sub-districts and 62 Communities. The activities contains three Relief clusters: WASH,Education,Early Recoveryand Protection.and five Non-relief clusters: Access-Coordination,Social Cohesion, Community Resilience, Human Rights,Women Empowerment. Beneficiaries distributed over 158,255(51%) females including 61,440 girls and 96,815 women and 152,049(49%)Males
including 64,543 boys, 87,506 men.

SHAML Organization Monthly Activities
Report For july 2018 :

This report covers implemented projects by Shaml civil society organizations since the beginning of 2018, and until May 2018, including activities in
relief, development, and civil work. Activities have been implemented in 7 governorates, 20 districts, 32 sub-districts and 64 community. Nevertheless,
we are witnessing a constant decrease in our access to the areas in middle and south western Syria, as a result of the Forcive displacement of civilians
from their areas, because of the military campaign launched on Eastern Ghouta and northern Homs country-side.Shaml organizations arereorganizing
themselves to keep following the displaced persons to their new locations, and to continue providingassistance through reprograming activities inside
Syria.

SHAML Organization Monthly Activities
Report For June 2018 :

This report covers implemented projects by Shaml civil society organizations since the beginning of 2018, and until June 2018, including activities in
relief, development, and civil work. Activities have been implemented in 7 governorates, 20 districts, 32 sub-districts and 64 community. Nevertheless,
we are witnessing a constant decrease in our access to the areas in middle and south western Syria, as a result of the Forcive displacement of civilians
from their areas. Shaml organizations are reorganizing themselves to keep following the displaced persons to their new locations, and to continue
providing assistance through reprograming activities inside Syria.

SHAML Organization Monthly Activities
Report For September 2018 :

This report covers implemented projects by Shaml civil society organizations since the beginning of 2018, and until June 2018, including
activities in relief, development, and civil work where we added the Gouvernance support during the last months. Activities have been
implemented in 7 governorates, 20 districts, 33 sub-districts and 65 community. Nevertheless, we are witnessing a constant decrease in our
access to theareas inmiddleand south western Syria,asaresult of theForcive displacement of civilians from theirareas.Shaml organizationsare
reorganizing themselves to keep following the displaced persons to their new locations, and to continue providing assistance through
reprograming activities inside Syria.

SHAML Organization Monthly Activities

Report For October 2018

This report covers the activities carried out by Shaml organizations, from the beginning of the year until theend of August, including relief, development
and civic activities. The projects were distributed over 7 governorates, 20 districts, 34 districts and 71 urban communities. The map reflects our current
locations ofactivities in North-Western Syria only, after thecessation to the most of ouractivities in other regions. Reports show a continuous increasein
the quality of documentation of members’ activities, following the introduction of social empowerment activities and resilience within statistics. And exceeding the threshold of 1 one million services counted this year.

Norh West Syria Situation


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The military campaign of the Syrian regime began in December 2017 in the southern countryside of Idleband the eastern & northern countryside of Hama. The intensity of the violence increased with the increase of the bombings by warplanes of areas inhabited by thousands of civilians. The situation deteriorated on 25 December 2017, when thousands of civilians were forced out of their villages by the intensification of military actions. Thousands of families have moved to the city of Idleb, the surrounding countryside, the border areas and the western Aleppo countryside.

North Western Syria-situation analysis-EN-V1

North Western Syria-situation analysis-AR-V1

North Western Syria-situation analysis-EN-V2

North Western Syria-situation analysis-AR-V2

Al Ghouta

The military campaign of the Syrian regime began in December 2017 in the southern countryside of Idleband the eastern & northern countryside of Hama. The intensity of the violence increased with the increase of the bombings by warplanes of areas inhabited by thousands of civilians. The situation deteriorated on 25 December 2017, when thousands of civilians were forced out of their villages by the intensification of military actions. Thousands of families have moved to the city of Idleb, the surrounding countryside, the border areas and the western Aleppo countryside.

Eastern Ghouta Situation
March 19, 2018

Eastern Ghouta Situation
AR March 19, 2018

Latest Developments in Al Ghouta _AR

Flash Update: Displacements from eastern Ghouta

Southern Syria _Flash Update


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