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35,200 Individuals
Total Persons of Concern
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Population

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Total Persons of Concern

5,136,969


Last Updated 06 Jul 2017


Source - UNHCR, Government of Turkey

Registered Syrian Refugees

5,136,969


This figure includes 2 million Syrians registered by UNHCR in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon, 2.97 million Syrians registered by the Government of Turkey, as well as more than 30,000 Syrian refugees registered in North Africa.
Regional demographic breakdown below is based on available data from Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon
Last Updated 06 Jul 2017


Source - UNHCR, Government of Turkey

Demography
Male (51.5%) Age (48.5%) Female
7.5% 0 - 4 7%
9.6% 5 - 11 9.2%
7.5% 12 - 17 6.7%
25.5% 18 - 59 23.8%
1.5% 60 + 1.7%

  Registered Syrian Refugees

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In-Camp Population Urban, Peri-Urban and Rural population

Total Camp Population 477,734 (9%)
Demographic Breakdown
Male (51.8%) Age (48.2%) Female
8.5% 0 - 4 8%
9.6% 5 - 11 9.3%
7.3% 12 - 17 6.5%
25% 18 - 59 22.8%
1.4% 60 + 1.6%


Total Urban, Peri-Urban and Rural population 4,659,235 (91%)
Demographic Breakdown
Male (51.5%) Age (48.5%) Female
7.4% 0 - 4 6.9%
9.6% 5 - 11 9.2%
7.5% 12 - 17 6.7%
25.6% 18 - 59 23.9%
1.5% 60 + 1.7%

   Latest Documents

28 Jun 2017
Key regional indicators of achievements in the 3RP Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan.
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28 Jun 2017
Includes the most relevant updates on the beneficiary population targets, their needs, operational trends, achievements against response plan and budgetary requirements for the Protection sector.
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28 Jun 2017
Includes the most relevant updates on the beneficiary population targets, their needs, operational trends, achievements against response plan and budgetary requirements for the Food Security sector.
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Documents from partners on this portal and views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the views of UNHCR or the UN.

  Who's Doing What Where?

Camp Management
IRC
DoH
MODM
UNHCR
Cash Assistance
AVSI
CARE
DRC
IFRC
IOCC
IRC
MercyCorps
Medair
OXFAM
PU-AMI
SIF
UNHCR
Child Protection
DCVAW
AEC
Amel
Beyond
WRO
DRC
FCA
FHS-UOB
Harikar
IDRAAC Lebanon
IFH/NHF
IMC
INTERSOS
IOM
IRC
IRD
DoH
Makhzoumi Foundation
MAP
MercyCorps
MSF
NHF
PSTIC
SAVE International
SC
SAWA Lebanon
SIF
TdH - It
TdH - Lausanne
UNFPA
UNHCR
UNICEF
UNWOMEN
UPP
WCH
WVI
Community Services
Amel
CLMC
CRS
DRC Iraq
DRC
DRC
Harikar
INTERSOS Iraq
INTERSOS
IOCC
IOM
IRC
IRD
IRW
ISHO
DoH
LEDA
MercyCorps
MF
MoSA
NHF
NRC
PSTIC
Qandil
REACH
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SC
SAWA Lebanon
SHEILD
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UNHCR
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UPP
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MODM
Qandil
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UNICEF
UPP
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WHO
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AVSI
PWJ
CARE
CISP
CLMC
Dar El Fatwa
DRC
GVC
HI
ICMC
IOCC
IOCC
IOM
IR
IRC
IRD
IRW
JEN
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DoH
LRC
LWF
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MODM
NRC
OPM
OXFAM
Qandil
Red Cross FR
RI
SAVE International
SC
ShelterBox
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Solidar Suisse
Solidarités
TdH - Lausanne
UNHCR
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UPP
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Welfare Association
WVI
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Alpha
Amel
AMURT
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British Council
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CRS
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FCA
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IOM
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IRC
IRD
JEN
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UPP
LOST
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MSL
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Qandil
Questscope
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RI
SC
SAWA Lebanon
UNESCO
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WCH
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WVI
Environment
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PWJ
CARE
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HI
INTERSOS
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IR
IRC
RCS
IRW
DoH
LOST
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PU-AMI
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SC
SAWA Lebanon
SHEILD
SIF
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URDA Lebanon
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WFP
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ABAAD Lebanon
AEC
Beyond
CLMC
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Harikar
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ACTED
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MAP
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SHEILD
TdH - Lausanne
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Amel
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HI
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MSF
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NRC
PUI
PU-AMI
Qandil
RESTART
SC
Seraphim Global Lebanon
TdH - It
UIMS
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UNHCR
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UPP
URDA Lebanon
WHO
HIV/AIDS
AJEM Lebanon
CRS
IMC
MF
Refuge Egypt
UNFPA
UNHCR
WHO
Information Management
DRC Iraq
DoH
Qandil
REACH-Initiative
SC
UNHCR
UNICEF
UPP
WFP
WHO
Livelihood
ACF
ActionAid
Al Majmoua
Amel
CARITAS
CLMC
CRS
DRC Iraq
DRC
FHS-UOB
Harikar
Inter - Agence
IOM
IOM
IRC
IRD
IRW
DoH
LOST
Makhzoumi Foundation
MercyCorps
Qandil
REACH
SC
SFCG
SIF
TdH - Lausanne
UNDP
UNESCO
UNHABITAT
UNHCR
URDA Lebanon
Logistics
IOM
IRW
Qandil
UNHCR
UPP
WFP
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support
CVT
HI
IMC
IRC
JHAS
JRS
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NHF
PSTIC
UNHCR
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ACF
PWJ
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IMC
IOCC
DoH
NRC
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MSF
RI
UNDP
UNHCR
UNICEF
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WFP
WHO
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AJEM Lebanon
ARDD-LA
AVSI
CARE
CLMC
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DRC
DRC
FHS-UOB
FPSC
Harikar
HI
HWA
ICRC
IFH/NHF
IMC
INTERSOS Iraq
INTERSOS
IOCC
IOM
IRC
Qandil
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IRW
JHAS
JRF
DoH
LOST
LWF
BRHA
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NRC
OXFAM
PU-AMI
Qandil
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SAVE International
SC
SHEILD
TdH - It
TdH - Lausanne
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UNHCR
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WRF
Registration
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Amel
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IOM
IRD
IRW
Qandil
SC
SAWA Lebanon
SHEILD
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TdH - It
UNFPA
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Return
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ADRA
CHF
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DRC
GVC
ICMC
INTERSOS
IOCC
IOM
IR
IRW
ISHO
JHAS
DoH
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MercyCorps
Medair
MODM
NRC
OXFAM
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RIRP
SC
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IOM
IRW
ISHO
MODM
Qandil
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ACTED
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CARE
CHF
CISP
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FHS-UOB
FRC
GVC
Harikar
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IRD
IRW
JEN
DoH
KURDS
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MODM
MSF
NRC
OXFAM
PUI
PU-AMI
Qandil
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Red Cross Leb Lebanon
RI
RIRP
SAVE International
SC
Solidarités
THW
UNDP
UNHABITAT
UNHCR
UNICEF
UNRWA
UPP
WVI

  Highlights

On April 2, 2017 the launch of the Egypt 3RP took place at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the presence of ambassadors, UN & government officials.
18 Apr 2017
The “Heya” Campaign was launched on March 19, 2017 at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina by UNHCR Alexandria Field Office in collaboration with the General Collections and Services Department at the Depository Library Section. The event opened with speeches by the organizers and partners of the Heya Campaign. Aseer Al Madaien, Head of UNHCR Alexandria Office spoke about this year's UN theme “Women in a Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030” and UNHCR’s theme for 2017 "UNHCR supports women's right to decent work." "Women’s rights are human rights," Al Madaien said. "UNHCR believes that empowerment of women and girls economically and socially is the only means by which to protect their rights and guarantees that they achieve their potential.
30 Mar 2017
UNHCR Egypt hosted the Refugee and Egyptian Women’s Business Fair at the Greek Campus on March 18, 2017. There was a huge selection of art, jewelry, clothes and accessories combined with various delicious types of cuisines from Ethiopia, Syria and Sudan offered by over 85 participants. The event was held to mark International and National Women’s Day, and furthermore to recognize and celebrate women’s socio-economic empowerment and their relentless and important contribution to the economic development of Egypt.
30 Mar 2017
On the February 27, 2017 UNHCR Egypt participated at the International Cultural Festival at the 6th October University. This year, the festival focused on the global refugee crisis.
28 Feb 2017
On February 15, 2017, during the United Nations Secretary-General (UN SG) António Guterres’ visit to Cairo, the UN SG reiterated his commitment to fighting terrorism but underlined also the importance of political solutions to the crisis in Syria and the wider region. He demonstrated his support for the intra-Syrian negotiations expected to begin later this month in Geneva.
28 Feb 2017

  Funding Requirements (2017)

Total Appeal $4,633,255,733
Received to Date $1,043,958,596
Gap $3,589,297,137
Coverage 23%
Last Updated 01 Jul 2017

  Syrian Asylum Applications in Europe


This page is being updated



First time applications for asylum in European countries by Syrians are summarised below. Note that the majority of those who have fled the conflict are hosted in Syria’s neighbouring countries.

In November 2016, the Asylum statistics for Serbia have been updated to show just those applicants that lodged their application. Previously, the only information available was refugees and migrants “intention to seek asylum”, which was significantly higher.

Total Syrian Asylum Applications in Europe

952,446 between Apr 2011 and May 2017
137,798 in 2014 only
Note - Data for 37 European countries which provide monthly information to UNHCR. To the extent possible, the figures reflect first time asylum applications, but some of the statistics are likely to include repeated applications (same or different country).

Top Countries

  
Germany & Sweden
  
Hungary, Austria, Netherlands, Denmark, Bulgaria
  
All others

Evolution of Asylum Applications

   Cumulative Syrian Asylum Applications
   New Syrian Asylum Applications by Month

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