Sectors

As the Syrian conflict enters its 8th year, trailing suffering, besiegement and hostilities, the severity of needs across the country remain overwhelming. 

Recent figures show that around 13.1 million people in Syria require humanitarian assistance. Of these, 5.6 million people are in acute need due to a convergence of vulnerabilities resulting from displacement, exposure to hostilities, and limited access to basic goods and services that is threatening their life, dignity and wellbeing. Around 2.98 million people live in hard-to-reach areas, including 419,000 in UN-declared besieged areas. *

Amid the ongoing access constraints especially to the areas located in Southern Syria, Auranitis has been successful in creating impact since it was established in 2013. 
From meeting emergency response needs to distributing food parcels, Auranitis moved to empowering whole communities that are in dire need through a variety of programs which include:

Recovery & Livelihoods

The Early Recovery and Livelihoods (ERL) sector estimates that 13 million people in Syria need human...

Food Security

The seven years crisis continues to impact food security especially in UN-declared besieged and hard...

Shelter and nonfood items

Many homes were destroyed due to the conflict, leaving around 5.3 million people displaced in shelte...

WASH

Access to safe water remains limited for much of the population in Syria, especially in UN-declared ...

Health

The years of conflict have disrupted the health infrastructure, leaving over 484,000 people requirin...

Education

The Syrian conflict has denied many children and young people the right to education. Lack of safety...