Subjects – Syria Report



Earlier this year, the Central Bank of Syria authorised a UN agency to take credit facilities from local banks in Syrian pounds using its foreign currency deposits as collateral. While UNRWA would pay interest on this credit facility, it would benefit from exchanging its dollars only after 3 months have passed given the successive rounds of devaluations by the Central Bank.
The Ministry of Electricity has decided to cut overnight power supplies to Syria's main industrial cities twice per week until the end of February, in a new sign of the severity of the electricity shortages affecting the country. The cities, which comprise the backbone of Syria’s industrial sector, had previously been exempted from power rationing.


In this report, The Syria Report provides a detailed account of Palestinians refugees in Syria, covering historical background, living conditions, and the Syrian conflict's impact. It also examines humanitarian support from organizations like GAPAR and UNRWA.


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