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United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO Iraq)
About As part of the UNESCO Iraq Office’s Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Iraq, UNESCO has been acknowledged as lead agency on literacy, secondary, technical vocational education and INEE training. In order to ensure refugees’ right to education and to respond to the risk of youth falling into violence caused by the prevalent unemployment and lack of future perspectives amongst the large number of young Syrian girls and boys, UNESCO Iraq is engaging the local government, international organizations, local organizations and donors to improve access to secondary and vocational education, literacy, ICT, entrepreneurial and life skills in both urban areas and camp settings. Planned activities include secondary school rehabilitation, provision of teacher and master trainer training, catch up classes for out-of-school children, temporary schools, and psychosocial support in line with the INEE Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies.
Full Name Eszter Szucs
Email e.szucs@unesco.org
Website http://www.unesco.org/iraq-office

Report Date: 30/03/2017
Description
The contents of Iinformation Kit No. 16: 1. Overall map Stats and Locations, 1 2. Foreword, 2 3. Persons of Concern: Syrian Refugees UNHCR Registration Trends in Iraq (97% in KR-I), 4 Funding Status, 5 4. 3RP Inter-sector/agency response interventions 3RP 2016 sectors, leading agencies and objectives, 6 3RP 2016 Response Summary, 7-8 Sectors’ Dashboards, 9-16 3RP 2017 on-line reporting by all agencies: Information Management as coordination support, 17 5. Non-camps (urban areas) and specific themes Profiling urban areas: Joint planning Government and UN agencies, 18-20 Multi-Purpose Cash Assistance, 21-22 CwC (Communication with communities), 23 Quick Impact projects, 24 6. Governorates overview: Who is doing What and Where (3Ws) and Camp Profiles Erbil: 4 camp profiles, 27-35 Duhok: 4 camps, 37-45 Sulaymaniyah: 1 camp, 46-48 5. List of agencies and contributions, 49 Cover paining by Ako Goran: Of art and resilience.
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United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO Jordan)
About UNESCO has the mandate for higher education, culture, the sciences and communication and information. The UNESCO Amman office is actively responding to the Syrian refugee crisis by providing education including water education and protection services. Specifically, the Amman office has prioritized the following activities: Emergency support to safeguard education quality for Syrians in Jordan; Promoting vocational skills development for young Syrian refugees; providing access to life-saving information for Syrians through specialized radio shows, Water education in schools and communities to raise awareness of the scarcity of water in Jordan.
Full Name Sonia Spencer
Email s.spencer@unesco.org


United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO Lebanon)
About UNESCO encourages international peace and universal respect by promoting
collaboration among nations.
In Lebanon, UNESCO is focusing on training trainers for psychosocial extracurricular activities .
Full Name Ms. Yayoi Segi-Vltchek       
Email y.segi-vltchek@unesco.org
Address Cite Sportive Avenue, Bir Hassan PO Box 11- 5244
Website http://www.unesco.org/beirut