Four years after crisis in Syria

16/03/2015

In the context of the war in Syria entering the 5th consecutive year, when the solution including all diplomatic and military still can not alleviate the stressful disagreement at all time, the willingness of the international community is more necessary than ever to help the country gradually exit “nightmare” of war and violence.
According to the UN, more than 200,000 people have been killed since the start of the crisis in Syria in March 2011. About 12.2 million people have been in need of humanitarian aid and more than 11 million people have been forced to flee their homes. Millions of Syrian children have suffered from psychological trauma and encountered health problems, and more than half of Syria's hospitals have been destroyed.
On March 12, 2015 the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) also called for funding to support the Syrian people escape from this nightmare. According to humanitarian organizations, the Syrian conflict is “the worst humanitarian crisis of our time” and “we should arouse great wave of global solidarity but is not aid reduction”.
According to UNICEF, It needs to increase investment to help 14 million young children who are suffering from the conflict in Syria and a large part of the territory of Iraq. In Syria, the situation of more than 5.6 million children in the country remains particularly desperate. This figure includes nearly 2 million children living in the areas where people are cut most humanitarian aid due to conflict or other factors. Approximately 2.6 million Syrian children could not go to school.
Nearly 2 million children in Syria live as refugees in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and other neighboring countries. In Iraq, about 2.8 million children were forced to move, many of them trapped in areas under the control of armed groups.
“For young children, this crisis is all what they know” - General Director of UNICEF Anthony Lake said. “For young people who are entering the years of grown-up, violence and suffering not only marked their past but also shape their future”.
According to UNHCR, if there is not any political solution, the majority of the 3.9 million Syrian refugees in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt will not be promising to be back home in the near future.
“After years of exile, the refugees were exhausted there is a growing number of people live by begging, even prostitution to survive and children are forced to work” - Mr. António Guterres noted. “When the call for humanitarian is lacking a systematic fund, it is simply not enough to meet the huge demand or is not sufficient to support the development of the host country under the pressure of so many refugees”
Also on March 12, Oxfam Humanitarian Organization based in the UK published a report showing that 2014 was the worst year for the Syrian crisis up to now.
The fact shows that although the conflict in Syria has entered the 5th year, the diplomatic and military solution still can not alleviate the stressful disagreement at all time. Many countries around the world attempted to intervene but could not find a complete cessation measures for the bloodshed in the country. And humanitarian situation, therefore, is always in a state of alarm, requiring goodwill and strong support of the international community
On March 12, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called international community not to forget or abandon Syria and help this country finding a political solution to end the conflict.
In his statement, the senior leadership of the United Nations stated: The Syrian people are increasingly feeling abandoned by the world when they entered the 5th year of a war that divided their country. In the eyes of the international community as well as neighbors, they continue to suffer division and can not exercise any action to stop the killing and destruction.
According to Mr. Ban Ki-moon, it is forced to end the conflict in Syria “if we want to extinguish the flames of extremism, violence and sectarianism which is spreading throughout the region”.
“The United Nations continues to support the Syrian people every day to save their life. In Aleppo, special envoy (Staffan) of Mistura is working tirelessly to suspend the use of heavy weapons for the United Nations can provide humanitarian aid to the besieged people of the city” - Ban Ki-moon stated.
UN Secretary-General said, after March, he will host a conference of international donors in Kuwait to raise funds to help the Syria and other countries in the region under a burden to millions of Syria refugees.
UN leader also once again reiterated that humanitarian aid is not enough to alleviate the pain or to stop the war. “For this issue, a political solution to the nonsense conflict is essential. I call on the international community to unite and fully support the efforts of the United Nations to promote a process of political transition which is led by the Syrian based on the notice of Geneva and meet the aspirations of the Syrian people for freedom, dignity and justice” - Ban Ki-moon stressed at the same time noted that a peaceful solution also requires the participation of the Syrian parties, including President Bashar al-Assad, to apply decisive measures to end the bloodshed and start a political process.
“We have an obligation to the people of Syria in the context of serious crimes occurred during the 4 years without impunity” - UN Secretary-General concluded and called on the UN Security Council must act to resolve this crisis. “We can not shirk this collective responsibility” - ​​Ban Ki-moon said.
For its part, on March 12, the humanitarian agencies of the United Nations also called on the international community to strengthen support for the millions of refugees who have fled from war and help Syrian people to escape the “nightmare of misery”.
It can be seen that for a period not far ahead, Syria will have to attempt to resolve many serious challenges. At a time when the conflict has entered the 5th year, Syria should make every possible effort to stabilize the situation in the country and rebuild the future for a country that is always immersed in conflict and violence. It will not be able to achieve prosperity if instability, violence and conflict still exist. Therefore, the key to remove all the crisis in Syria is to resolve the dispute and end the conflict, create conditions for people to have access to the programs of humanitarian aid and last but not least is the goodwill and support from the international community. /.


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Huy Quốc 18/3/15 21:01

a political solution to the crisis continues to be nowhere in sight.

Vân Nhàn 18/3/15 21:01

The humanitarian situation is growing worse

Lê Tín 18/3/15 21:02

fewer and fewer people have adequate access to health care.

Quốc Kiên 18/3/15 21:03

Before the conflict began, Syria possessed an advanced health care system, but now more than half of all hospitals have been destroyed or severely damaged due to the war.

Phạm Hiếu 18/3/15 21:04

The Syrian crisis has become one of the worst humanitarian disasters

Huy Lâm 18/3/15 21:05

Sixteen million people in the region are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance

Quốc Cường 18/3/15 21:06

The situation is still very volatile

Hùng Quân 18/3/15 21:07

It’s catastrophic, especially for the civilians living still in Syria. Violence and the conflict continues unabated so far.

Hoàng Lân 18/3/15 21:07

more than 200,000 people have been killed since the beginning of the conflict four years ago, and humanitarian aid workers within Syria face difficult and dangerous conditions.

Quân Hoàng 18/3/15 21:09

It’s absolutely difficult to reach people – civilians – there, to offer basic health care because you don’t have any more enough doctors, enough nurses, the infrastructure is destroyed, so the situation is really very precarious

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