The report was compiled by UNFPA with contributions from WHO, UNICEF and UNHCR
Some 70, 582 people were in the camp, plus a further 1,500 expected.
The humanitarian situation in all the camps in North East Syria is dire, aggravated by atrocious weather
It is now generally accepted that Climate Change / Drought was a strong factor in precipitating the action against the Syrian government in 2011.
It will continue to be an important player.
When the richest countries in the world have such a poor record for protecting the environment, countries beset by conflict have little hope of improvement.
Syria does have a coastline – but no grey seals. The state of Syria’s coastline is probably not a lot better than it’s landmass.
The only ray of hope is that perhaps,like Chernobyl, Syria’s wildlife will have found a way to survive.