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35,200 Individuals
Total Persons of Concern
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Population

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Total Persons of Concern

114,911


Last Updated 31 Jul 2016


Source - UNHCR

Registered Syrian Refugees

114,911


Households

38,967


Last Updated 31 Jul 2016


Source - UNHCR

Demography
Male (50.8%) Age (49.2%) Female
5.6% 0 - 4 5.3%
10.2% 5 - 11 9.7%
6.4% 12 - 17 6%
26.2% 18 - 59 26.1%
2.3% 60 + 2.2%

  Total Persons of Concern

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  Highlights

A Nonviolent Communication introductory workshop was held on 30 May in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina by the Centre for Democracy and Social Peace Studies (CDS) with the support of the New York Centre for Nonviolent Communication. Upon the request and assessment needs of participants during the introductory workshop, a 3 day workshop was conducted by the New York Centre for Non-Violent Communication on 19 July at the Jesuit Cultural Centre. 24 Syrians attended the workshop
30 Jul 2016
Over 3000 toys were wrapped with Marwa Fayed's Toy Run and MBC Hope at the Wrap a Toy evening, on July 2, 2016. The event was dedicated to bringing some joy and toys to vulnerable children living in Egypt over the upcoming Eid. The wrapped toy gifts are to be donated to young refugee children living in Egypt through UNHCR Egypt and underprivileged children with support from the Egyptian Food Bank .
02 Jul 2016
The Centre for Democracy and Social Peace Studies (CDSPS) in Alexandria conducted an introductory workshop on Non-violent Communication on the 30th of May. 15 Syrian refugees attended the workshop. The introductory workshop introduced the participants to the concepts of non-violent communication which includes peaceful interaction, critical thinking, conflict resolution, negotiation, anger management, social skills, etc.
07 Jun 2016
On 24 May, an empowerment project for Syrian refugee women started at Agamy Community Centre in Alexandria. The project aims at teaching refugee women new sewing skills and techniques enabling them to make products at home (Bags, cushions,…etc). The project is organized by UNHCR, Agora Arts Culture Centre and Caritas.
07 Jun 2016
UNHCR attended a ceremony honouring the creative expatriate students for the school year 2015/2016, which was organized by the Central Administration Central Services and supported by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, UNICEF and UNHCR. The students exhibited works of art, paintings and scientific inventions that impressed all the attendance, and offered a musical show with poetry and chants in different languages.
29 May 2016

  Funding Requirements (2016)

Total Appeal $146,578,016
Received to Date $43,612,100
Gap $102,965,916
Coverage 30%
Last Updated 15 Jul 2016