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Syrian civil war

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SYRIAN CIVIL WAR and its after effects,general presentation

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Syrian civil war

  1. 1. NEHRU SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT TOPIC: SYRIAN WAR AND ITS AFTER EFFECTS PRESENTED BY: GROUP B-8
  2. 2. THEY ARE SYRIOUS THE SYRIAN CIVIL WAR
  3. 3. ABOUT SYRIA GEOGRAPHICAL SYRIA  Small, poor and crowded country.  A total span of 1,85,000 square kilometers.  Only a quarter of this is arable land.  The other regions are mostly desert.
  4. 4. POPULATION  74 percentage Sunni Muslim.  13 percent Shea Muslim  10 percent Christians.  3 percent Druze.
  5. 5. LEADERS  President Bashar al-Assad- has been president of Syria for 11 years; accused of violating human rights  The Syrian uprising has no defined leader but is comprised of mostly Syrian men.
  6. 6. REASONS FOR SYRIAN UPRISING  Political repression  Discredited ideology & Uneven economy  Drought & Population growth  New media  Corruption & State violence  Minority rule  Tunisia effect
  7. 7. THE BEGINNING  Pro-democracy protests erupted in March 2011 (Arab Spring).  After security forces opened fire on demonstrators, killing several, more took to the streets.  The unrest triggered nationwide protests demanding President Assad's resignation.  The government's use of force to crush the dissent merely hardened the protesters' resolve.  Opposition supporters eventually began to take up arms, first to defend themselves and later to expel security forces from their local areas.
  8. 8. THE DESCENT INTO WAR  The Syrian civil war is an ongoing armed conflict taken place in Syria.  The armed opposition consist of various groups like free Syrian army and Islamic front.  In 2013 Islamic state of Iraq and the Levant, made rapid military gains from Syria and Iraq.  Alawite government forces, militias and other Shiah groups fighting largely against Sunni dominated rebel groups.
  9. 9. WHO IS WITH WHO
  10. 10. SOME GRIM IMAGES FROM WAR
  11. 11. EFFECTS OF WAR NATIONAL  The deadliest single day in Syria saw death tolls of 397 people.  Overall the death toll sits somewhere around 2,20,000.  Generally the people have lost faith.  Almost all have spread to neighboring countries.
  12. 12. FATES WORSER THAN DEATH  Increasing numbers of refugees are attempting to reach Europe.  According to human rights organizations and United Nations human rights violations are committed by both Syrian government and rebels.  Violence against woman – approximately 6000 women have been raped.  The violence in Syria caused millions to flee their home.
  13. 13. THE EFFECTS cont.…  Infectious diseases have spread rebel held areas , due to the collapse of sanitation and deteriorating living condition.  Children affected by the Syrian conflict are at risk of becoming ill, malnourished, abused, or exploited. Millions have been forced to quit school.
  14. 14. ECONOMIC EFFECTS  The economy has shrunk 45% since the start of the conflict.  Unemployment increased 5 fold.  Its currency decreased one-sixth from its pre-war value.  The public sector lost US $ 15 billion.
  15. 15. THE REFUGEE SITUATION THE COUNTRIES WHICH BEAR THE MOST BURDEN
  16. 16. THE REFUGEE SITUATION IN EUROPE
  17. 17. CONCLUSION  Over the years, the situation has worsened and the country has no doubt become a living hell.  The native people are the hard hit, millions losing lives and many more forced to leave their land and houses.
  18. 18. THANK YOU!

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