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35,200 Individuals
Total Persons of Concern
Base Layer

Population

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Total Persons of Concern

132,375


Last Updated 05 Jul 2015


Source - UNHCR

Registered Syrian Refugees

132,375


Households

46,861


Last Updated 05 Jul 2015


Source - UNHCR

Demography
Male (51%) Age (49%) Female
6.2% 0 - 4 5.9%
10% 5 - 11 9.4%
6.3% 12 - 17 5.8%
26.5% 18 - 59 25.7%
2.1% 60 + 2.1%

  Registered Syrian Refugees by Date

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  Who's Doing What Where?

Child Protection
PSTIC
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Community Services
PSTIC
Tadamon
TdH - Lausanne
Coordination
UNHCR
Education
CRS
Food Security
WFP
Gender-Based Violence
UNHCR
Health
CARITAS
HIV/AIDS
Refuge Egypt
Information Management
UNHCR
Livelihood
CARITAS
CRS
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support
PSTIC
Protection
TdH - Lausanne
UNHCR
Registration
UNHCR
Reproductive Health
Refuge Egypt

  Highlights

On 15 June the UNHCR in coordination with Shaarawi NGO and Kayan Organization hosted a day event at the new children’s Meet and Play garden in Masaken Othman in 6th October area to commemorate World Refugee Day 2015.
15 Jun 2015
UNHCR Egypt commemorated WRD 2015 under the theme ‘Get Involved – Stand Together’. Ambassadors and business men attended the event.
14 Jun 2015
The WRD day 2015 event included the launch of the UNHCR Egypt donate page.
14 Jun 2015
The soft rock Egyptian band Wust El Balad performed during the event, revealing the title of their upcoming song ‘Ahlan’ dedicated to the refugee cause across the MENA region, along with Egyptian jazz entertainer Ahmed Harfoush who dedicated his performance to refugees around the world.
14 Jun 2015
On 14 June UNHCR Alex FO together with Depository Library Unit in The Bibliotheca Alexandrina opened UNHCR photo exhibition “Refugee Voices: Ordinary people living through extraordinary times” to commemorate World Refugee Day 2015.
14 Jun 2015

  Funding Requirements (2015)

Total Appeal $189,581,596
Received to Date $43,202,669
Gap $146,378,927
Coverage 23%
Last Updated 24 Aug 2015

  Syria Refugee Crisis in the Media

In Cairo, dreaming of a future
DW, 21 Jul 2015
More than 4 million Syrians have fled to neighboring countries. But as relief organizations cut back on aid, many are moving on. A lucky few are resettled, while others take a more dangerous route. Naomi Conrad reports. Ägypten Kairo syrische Flüchtlinge Behind the luxury gated villas and overs...
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Jawaher calls on international community to help Syrian refugees
Gulf News, 12 May 2015
Sharjah: Shaikha Jawaher Bint Mohammad Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness Dr Shaikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, called on the international community to help Syrian refugees and stand by the countries hosting these refugees by sharing the responsib...
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Employment, detention, and registration: On Syrian refugees in Egypt
Daily News Egypt, 07 Apr 2015
Couples, children, teenagers and the elderly can be seen coming in and out of Omaya in the Maadi district of Cairo with bowls of ice cream. The small ice cream store at the very end of Street 9 has been open for the past two years, and has both Syrian and Egyptian employees. Outside the small sto...
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Even in Egypt, Syrian Refugees Struggle to Access Higher Education
Al Fanar Media, 06 Apr 2015
For Tamer Mohammed Yasser, a 19-year-old Syrian refugee, the idea of getting a university degree is out of the question. He tried. But expenses including books, transportation to campus and meals on the go amounted to more than the roughly $100 he earns every month working as en electrician. Plus...
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Picture at an exhibition opens a door for young Syrian burns victim
UNHCR , 23 Feb 2015
CAIRO, Egypt, February 23 (UNHCR) – A picture at an exhibition has helped to change the life of Judy El Khatib, a nine-year-old Syrian girl who had been unable to move her right arm since suffering bad burn injuries four years ago. The young refugee suffered the debilitating injury in Damascus ...
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