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Published on Aug 16, 2012
United Nations (UN) Humanitarian Chief Valerie Amos wrapped up her visit to Syria today saying that there is no reason why ordinary Syrians affected by the conflict "should not receive as much help as is practically possible."
"The UN and its partners are reaching more people with emergency aid every month. But we are only meeting some of the needs. It's not enough. Insecurity and restrictions are part of the problem, but funding too is holding us back," she said at press conference in the Syrian capital, Damascus, today.
Watch this video to learn more about her three-day visit and her appeal to do more to respond to the growing humanitarian needs of the people affected by the crisis in Syria.