It’s just getting worse. Despite three Security Council resolutions last year aimed at improving the lives of civilians caught in Syria’s civil war, 21 charities say the U.N. isn’t doing enough. A new report calls 2014 the deadliest year since the unrest began in 2011, with 76,000 Syrians killed. Aid funding has fallen, doctors have fled and the U.N. has abandoned hard-to-reach areas and those controlled by ISIS. Without a solution to the conflict and an increase in humanitarian aid, Syria’s future looks even bleaker.