The siege of the town of Madaya in the countryside of Damascus has entered into its sixth month, causing one of the worst humanitarian crises that the war has left behind in Syria.
With a population of 15,000, the town of Madaya is experiencing a sever lack of food and medicine causing a rise in the daily death toll. In the first few days of 2016, 3 deaths were recorded every day bringing the death toll to 160 according to human rights organisations studies.
Human Appeal International Australia, through its office in Lebanon have been monitoring the situation in Madaya for some time and is now preparing the necessary materials from food and medicines from Aadalha into Madaya and its neighbouring areas through the doorway of the United Nations and the International Committee of Humanitarian Aid.
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