Struggling to help displaced Syrians

Aid groups face funds scarcity as they seek to help 400,000 people living in temporary shelters in Idlib province.

    Amid approaching winter, several regional aid groups are trying to help about 400,000 internally displaced Syrians living in tents, barns and other ill-equipped temporary shelters in Idlib province.

    International aid groups are also complaining of a resource crunch.

    Al Jazeera's Sue Turton reports from Jabal Zawiya in Idlib.


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