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35,200 Individuals
Total Persons of Concern
Base Layer

Population

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Total Persons of Concern

249,656


Last Updated 15 Jun 2015


Source - UNHCR

Registered Syrian Refugees

249,656


Households

88,555


Last Updated 15 Jun 2015


Source - UNHCR

Demography
Male (56.8%) Age (43.2%) Female
7.8% 0 - 4 7.5%
8.1% 5 - 11 7.7%
6% 12 - 17 4.5%
33.9% 18 - 59 22.4%
1% 60 + 1.2%

  Registered Syrian Refugees by Date

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  Total Persons of Concern

Settlement Total Population    
81,602
35,464
Individuals
Households
32.7 %
43,617
14,016
Individuals
Households
17.5 %
41,224
13,555
Individuals
Households
16.5 %
24,194
10,382
Individuals
Households
9.7 %
10,210
2,248
Individuals
Households
4.1 %
10,113
2,672
Individuals
Households
4.1 %
6,986
1,740
Individuals
Households
2.8 %
6,564
1,739
Individuals
Households
2.6 %
6,208
1,372
Individuals
Households
2.5 %
5,988
1,596
Individuals
Households
2.4 %
3,554
861
Individuals
Households
1.4 %
2,993
832
Individuals
Households
1.2 %
1,519
319
Individuals
Households
0.6 %
1,472
346
Individuals
Households
0.6 %
1,305
696
Individuals
Households
0.5 %
1,301
433
Individuals
Households
0.5 %
806
284
Individuals
Households
0.3 %

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  Highlights

UNHCR held two day training in order to build internal capacity on the basic concepts of child protection, as well as child protection in emergencies, child friendly procedures and communication with children.
23 Jun 2015
UNHCR organized a food festival to mark the World Refugee Day (WRD) and finalized different camp and non-camp activities in Duhok governorate.
16 Jun 2015
UNHCR started distribution of items as part of a summerization plan for refugees residing in Duhok governorate camps.
03 Jun 2015
Due to limited job opportunities and high cost of living, the number of refugees requesting to relocate from urban areas to camps is increasing.
03 Jun 2015
Eight Syrian refugee students were admitted to the University of Duhok for the academic year 2015-2016. University of Duhok declared that Syrian refugees will receive equal treatment to that of the host community.
19 May 2015
  • Children enjoying their first snow of the winter 01 Jan 2015
    Children enjoying their first snow of the winter
    01 Jan 2015
    Kurdistan Region of Iraq/ Syrian Refugees/Children enjoying their first snow of the winter in Akre refugee camp./UNHCR/ R. Rasheed/ January 2015
  • "To all women in the world" 08 Mar 2015
    "To all women in the world"
    08 Mar 2015
    "To all women in the world" International Women's day. Basirma Refugee Camp, Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq. UNHCR/T.Tool

  Funding Requirements (2015)

Total Appeal $426,041,332
Received to Date $91,432,396
Gap $334,608,936
Coverage 21%
Last Updated 25 Jun 2015

  Syria Refugee Crisis in the Media

Over 7,000 Syrian refugees return from Iraq as security improves
Reuters, 03 Jun 2013
(Reuters) - More than 7,000 Syrian refugees in Iraq have crossed back to the rebel-held Syrian border town of Albu Kamal in recent weeks due to better security there, an Iraqi official said on Sunday. The reverse flow coincides with a lull in battles and air raids by Syrian President Bashar al-As...
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