For five years, a once modern and vibrant country, has been ripped apart by conflict.
Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed. Millions have been displaced.
Homes, schools, hospitals, electricity and water facilities have been damaged or destroyed. Life has become almost impossible for so many. Unconditional and unimpeded access is needed for humanitarian organizations. But, ultimately, this is a political problem and, if the suffering is to end, a political solution needs to be found.
In a series of unique reports from inside Syria, the ICRC bears witness to the daily struggle for survival.