Over the past weeks, reports have emerged detailing the tragic situation in the besieged suburb of Eastern Ghouta and have brought to light the ongoing humanitarian catastrophe. Members of the American Relief Coalition for Syria (ARCS) have expressed frustration and grave concern with the lack of humanitarian access for civilians trapped in the town. ARCS members call upon the international community to coordinate with all parties in the area to ensure that necessities are allowed into the area which has been under siege for four years.
SAEA functions as the engineering consultant to the American Relief Coalition for Syria, a coalition of 13 non-political, Syrian-American humanitarian organizations that provide multi-sector relief inside of Syria and services to Syrian refugees across the globe. SAEA reinforces the call for immediate intervention issued by ARCS and the UN and is ready to offer insights regarding the consequences of this siege in the engineering sector.
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