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35,200 Individuals
Total Persons of Concern
Base Layer

Population

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Total Persons of Concern

2,749,862


Last Updated 02 May 2016


Source - UNHCR, Government of Turkey

Registered Syrian Refugees

2,749,862


Households

n/a


Last Updated 02 May 2016


Source - UNHCR, Government of Turkey

Demography
Male (50.8%) Age (49.2%) Female
10.5% 0 - 4 9.5%
10.3% 5 - 11 9.9%
7.2% 12 - 17 6.8%
21.1% 18 - 59 21.2%
1.8% 60 + 1.8%
As of 6 March 2015, information made available by the authorities indicated there were no pending registration appointments of Syrian refugees.

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  Highlights

Construction of 7 of the 10 pre-fab health facilities procured by UNHCR has started in refugee camps and urban areas in S-E Turkey.
30 Apr 2014
UNHCR and UNDP signed an agreement to undertake a project for strengthening the resilience and absorption capacity of the host communities in 4 provinces.
01 Apr 2014
More than 20,000 Syrian refugees have arrived in Turkey since the start of the year in the biggest influx since early 2013. Over recent days more than 500 people have been arriving daily across official crossing points, sometimes as many as 1,000-2,000 daily.
11 Feb 2014
23 mobile registration units have been procured by UNHCR to support AFAD with registration activities of Syrian refugees living in the urban areas.
27 Jan 2014
UNHCR started distribution of cash assistance to vulnerable non-camp Syrian refugees living in 5 locations: Kilis, Gaziantep, Nizip, Reyhanli and Yayladagi.
27 Jan 2014

  Funding Requirements (2016)

Total Appeal $806,983,100
Received to Date $198,364,110
Gap $608,618,990
Coverage 25%
Last Updated 02 May 2016

  Syria Refugee Crisis in the Media

UNHCR to seek new help for refugees in Turkey, push resettlement
Reuters, 16 Jan 2016
The United Nations' refugee agency will seek additional resources for Turkey, the world's largest host of refugees, and push for more resettlement, its head said on Saturday, as the civil war in Syria is set to enter its sixth year. The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has called for a...
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UN refugee chief visits refugee camp in Turkey
Anadolu Agency, 15 Jan 2016
The new head of the UN’s refugee agency visited a camp in southeastern Turkey on Friday. Filippo Grandi, who became the High Commissioner for Refugees earlier this month, arrived at the camp in Gaziantep province’s Nizip district where some of the near 2.5 million refugees housed by Turkey ar...
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Seven factors behind movement of Syrian refugees to Europe
UNHCR, 25 Sep 2015
This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Adrian Edwards – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at the press briefing, on 25 September 2015, at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. Additional Speaker: Amin Awad, Director UNHCR Bureau for Middle East & N.Africa / Regional Refuge...
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UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie Pitt calls for action on World Refugee Day
UNHCR, 20 Jun 2015
UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie Pitt has been commemorating World Refugee Day with Syrian refugees in Turkey, which has overtaken Pakistan to become the world's largest refugee-hosting nation with more than 1.77 million in urban areas and government-run camps. The Special Envoy and UN High Com...
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Statement by António Guterres on World Refugee Day 2015
UNHCR, 20 Jun 2015
Fifteen years into a millennium that many of us hoped would see an end to war, a spreading global violence has come to threaten the very foundations of our international system. More people fled last year than at any other time in our records. Around the world, almost 60 million have been displac...
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