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It reflects our commitment to Canadians and demonstrates to the world that we have a shared responsibility to help people who are displaced and persecuted. Mourners carry the body of a Syrian man following an airstrike by government forces in Aleppo on Jan. (Photo by Ameer Alhalbi/Nur Photo) More than 1 in 10 Syrians have been wounded or killed since the beginning of the war in 2011, according to a new report that finds a staggering 470,000 deaths have been caused by the conflict, either directly or indirectly.Altogether 45% of the prewar population has been forced to move — including more than 4 million who have fled the country and 6.36 million displaced within Syria. N.’s human-rights office has estimated that more than 250,000 have died, but gave up recording the fatalities from the war in mid-2014 because it couldn’t get hold of reliable data.The Syrian Center for Policy Research estimates from fact-finding conducted on the ground in Syria that 400,000 people have been killed by the conflict itself, with another 70,000 dying because of the war’s knock-on effects — inadequate health care and medicine, the spread of disease through unsanitary conditions for the displaced people, and lack of access to food or clean water.Processing of both government-supported and privately sponsored Syrian refugees has never stopped and refugees have continued to arrive during the past few weeks with more scheduled to arrive in the weeks and months ahead at a measured pace.
The Government of Canada resettled 25,000 Syrian refugees between November 2015 and February 29, 2016.
This included government-supported and privately sponsored refugees. Our commitment to resettling Syrian refugees to Canada is continuing in 2016.
reported details of a report by the Syrian Center for Policy Research, due to be launched in Beirut on Thursday, that says life expectancy in Syria has dropped to just 55.4 years.
Before the conflict Syrians could expect to live to the age of 70.
Syria’s population was about 21 million when an uprising against the regime of Bashar Assad began in 2011.
Antigovernment protests were quelled by a brutal crackdown, sparking a civil war that is now fought by numerous armies, including several radical Islamist groups, and draws funding from myriad foreign powers. Some 13.8 million Syrians have lost their means of earning a living.