The situation in eastern Ghouta has been declining rapidly, as airstrikes intensify, and the supplies needed to treat the ill and wounded are running low due to the siege.
Hundreds have been wounded in the past few weeks and many have been killed by intensifying airstrikes. There are also reports of victims experiencing symptoms of exposure to chemical agents.
Many children are experiencing, or or on the brink of malnutrition, as two more babies died in the past week due to malnutrition and lack of medications.
Doctors warn if something is not done soon to let humanitarian aid inside Ghouta, there could be a human catastrophe, as there are over 300,000 people still trying to survive in Ghouta.