On the Syrian territory, the people in need are 13.5 million. Out of these, 6.3 million are evacuees, ie they have remained homeless within the Syrian territory. Because of the gory war, reaching and bringing help to these populations is difficult for any international organization.


The Syrian civil war began on 15th March 2011, with the Arab springs, but since 2014 the UN has no longer reported the number of registered victims, which has obviously increased over the years; their last estimate is 191,369 people of whom at least 8,803 are minors. Regarding the current situation of evacuees more in detail, 4.5 million people are in difficult-to-reach areas or in cities under siege. The Syrian is in fact defined as the “biggest humanitarian refugee crisis of our time“, as declared by the UNHCR Commissioner Filippo Grandi. In Syria, basic necessities, like food and clean water, are lacking. There are no specific structures to accommodate the evacuees, which are an ever-increasing number. The real end of the conflict seems very far, so the situation does not seem to improve.