• 15.0M People in Need
  • 13.4M People Targeted
  • 7.4M People Reached
  • $2.2B Funding Requested (USD)
  • $679.5M Funding Received (USD)
  • $1.5B Unmet funds (USD)

Response Plans: HRP; Flash Appeal.

Figures updated for: January to September 2023.

Country overview

The Food Security Cluster/Sector Whole of Syria works through three hubs in South Turkey (Gaziantep), Syria (Damascus), while also linking with key actors operating from Iraq. While each hub delivers on core cluster/sector functions, WoS is responsible for conducting the overall analysis of Needs, Response, and Gaps, linking hubs on different operational and technical issues, and providing an overall service to the Whole of Syria-related activities.

The food security situation in Syria has drastically deteriorated since last year. In 2023, an estimated 15 million people will need some form of food and agriculture assistance, representing 68 percent of the total population. At least 12.1 million people are estimated to be food insecure, including all 2 million people living in camps who are deemed to be 100 percent food insecure, and 2.9 million people are estimated to be at risk of food