The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has produced a document outlining its need to raise $22.22 million to provide humanitarian assistance in Syria for 90 days. As the situation deteriorates in Syria, the IOM has prioritised the following for their aid efforts inside the country:
- Transportation: Humanitarian evacuation and border transit
- Health Care and Psychosocial Support including mobile clinics
- Material Support: Distribution of critical non-food-items (NFIs)
- Registration, Screening and Referral
- Information Management and Mapping
The principal beneficiaries of IOM relief efforts will be migrant workers and their families, those Syrians displaced and effected by conflict, and host communities both inside Syria, and in neighbouring countries.