12 million people food insecure 2.5 million severely food insecure 6.8 million people internally displaced
• WFP dispatched humanitarian assistance sufficient for an estimated 5.5 million people across all activities in Syria in June.
• The fifth cross-line convoy successfully proceeded on 13 June, transporting 8,640 dry food rations into Idlib governorate. WFP distributed these items reaching 36,650 beneficiaries in 54 locations in opposition-controlled areas of north-western Syria.
• On 6 June, WFP and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) released the “Hunger Hotspots” early warning report on acute food insecurity-update covering the June-September 2022 outlook period. The report lists Syria among the hotspots with deteriorating critical conditions and as one of the countries of very high concern.