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Following discussions with partners and analysis of the usage of the common storage facilities in Tartous and Lattakia, it has been recommended to phase out this service in these locations as of 31 March 2019. The Logistics Cluster will continue to assess this decision and will reopen the facilities if required by the humanitarian community.


11 March 2019 13:15
 Operation Overview
07 February 2019 17:30
24 January 2019 14:15

Meetings held in Damascus, Syria; Gaziantep and Antakya, Turkey. Transshipment hubs set up in Turkey. 


Temporary Storage available in Syria in Lattakia and Tartous (coastal area), Homs (Rural Homs), Kisweh (Rural Damascus), Qamishli (northeastern Syria) and Aleppo (northwestern Syria).


Common transport and Joint Humanitarian Convoys to hard-to-reach locations inside Syria.


Information Management

An IM Officer is present in Damascus and a GIS Officer is available in Cairo, Egypt.

Country Resources

Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO), Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) and other country strategic documents for Syria can be found at the following link: OCHA Syria

From the blog

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Field Locations

Whole of Syria

Samuel Terefe
(Logistics Cluster Coordinator - Damascus)
Phone: +963 958882106
Agnes Semaan
(Logistics Cluster Information Management Officer - Damascus)
Phone: +963 950 022 346
Skype Contact: agnes.semaan


Dima Salloum
(Cargo Tracking Focal Point - Damascus)
Phone: +963 950022354
For service requests, please contact:


Seezar Ibrahim
(Logistics Assistant - Erbil)
Phone: +964 780 915 6162
Skype Contact: seezar ibrahim


Halil Çepoğlu
(Logistics Cluster Officer - Gaziantep)
Mobile Number: +90 538 3943635

HQ Rome, Italy

Gilles Cimetiere
(GLC Focal Point)