The Assistance Coordination Unit submitted its work report to the Syrian Opposition Coalition’s General Assembly detailing its work and the programs it is implementing in the liberated areas.
ACU’s Executive Director, Mohamed Hasnou, said that the Unit continues its work to assess humanitarian needs and achieve stability in the country. It is also coordinating with all humanitarian actors, strengthening resilience and supporting sustainable development, strengthening reliance on local resources, advocating humanitarian issues, and coordinating the provision of emergency support, and supporting the local community’s early recovery and rebuilding.
Hasnou pointed out that the Unit signed 56 memoranda of understanding this year in various sectors, including food security, health and education.
He pointed out that ACU has been focusing on development programs and meeting basic needs by supporting development projects such as the wheat project, supporting the cultivation of olive and potato, immunizing the community against diseases by supporting vaccine campaigns, and routine vaccination centers, and the nutritional deficiency program.
Hasnou also talked about the Unit’s support for the environmental sanitation and water program which monitors water quality with the aim of providing safe drinking water and reducing waterborne diseases.
He said that the Unit focused on preparing reports on basic needs, especially education, to assist decision-makers and donors by directing support to the sectors, groups and regions most in need.
Hasnou also talked about the Unit’s support for SIG’s Ministry of Health to confront the coronavirus by securing testing tools and sterilization materials as well as participating in sterilizing public centers and facilities. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)