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Through its 129 Women and Girls Safe Spaces, 144 primary healthcare facilities, and 26 youth centres, UNFPA continues to provide essential reproductive health and gender-based violence services to women, girls, men and boys impacted by the Syria crisis.

UNFPA Syria continued to respond to the aftermath of the hostilities in East Ghouta.  With more than 158,000 people displaced, the situation remains alarming for civilians staying in the collective shelters, most of which do not have the capacity or infrastructure to accommodate the large number of people arriving.

UNFPA is on the ground to meet the dire needs and to respond to the rapidly changing situation in the Afrin and East Ghouta area.  UNFPA and its partners continue to provide integrated RH and GBV services, including family planning supplies and counselling, gynaecological consultations, antenatal care including supplement, post-natal care, psychosocial support and referral for deliveries and comprehensive emergency obstetric and neonatal care.