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  • UNHCR estimates that last week 18,000 people crossed into Lebanon between Wednesday and Thursday. The numbers died down since Friday, with those entering from Syria -most from Damascus or Homs- largely being matched by those returning.
    highlight 24 Jul 2012 (11 years ago)
    Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Monday July 24 witnessed another increase of approximately 6,000 new arrivals through the Masna border crossing with about 2,500 persons returning to Syria. Most of those interviewed before returning to Syria said they were doing so to check on their home or for personal reasons including business and family visits.
    highlight 24 Jul 2012 (11 years ago)
    Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Jordan - Preparation work on Za'atri site in Mafraq is underway as part of contingency planning by UNHCR and JHCO. UNICEF is also working on the WASH infrastructure.
    highlight 19 Jul 2012 (12 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • On July 10, the HRC publicly announced that it stopped covering the cost of secondary health care due to lack of funding. This will have a severe impact on UNHCR and partner agencies. While agencies will continue to shoulder most of the costs of humanitarian assistance, current funding levels do not permit these agencies from filling in for all coverage previously provided by the HRC. UNHCR is actively advocating for additional funding sources for the HRC in order to fill this urgent gap.
    highlight 16 Jul 2012 (12 years ago)
    Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Jordan - Following the spike in the number of displaced Syrians in Stadium transit facility, UNICEF mobilised 20 portable latrines within 24 hours. These latrines were organised to help meet the urgent needs of the nearly 2,000 people now at the facility.
    highlight 08 Jul 2012 (12 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Lebanon - The first centralized distribution in Akkar started in June through various local sites spread throughout the North, including Rama’s mukhtar Ali Beddawi’s residence, the Mahad El Kabess community centre in Halba, Markaz el Saade centre in Kawashra and Machata Hammoud primary school. A total of 7,734 individuals received food, hygiene and baby kits.
    highlight 29 Jun 2012 (12 years ago)
    Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • In collaboration with HRC, DRC, and the Alaazm Wal Saadah Association, centralized distribution started in Zakak Tani, Tripoli where 1,120 people (224 families) received food kits.
    highlight 29 Jun 2012 (12 years ago)
    Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • UNICEF, in collaboration with partners and the Ministry of Education, began school-based summer holiday remedial education classes on 17 June, targeting 5,500 vulnerable Syrian and Jordanian children in 15 directorates. UNICEF partner Save the Children International is providing recreational activities and psychosocial support in 40 public schools to complement these activities. UNICEF has provided psychosocial support to over 6,000 vulnerable Syrian children and family members since the response began.
    highlight 27 Jun 2012 (12 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • In collaboration with the office of the sub Governor of Ramtha, JHAS and JHCO, King Abdullah Park has been opened.
    highlight 27 Jun 2012 (12 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Region - The Syria Regional Response Plan, which was launched on 23rd March 2012 with a requirement of some USD 84.5 million, is now funded at 36%.For more information, click on the funding tab of the web portal and download the Syria Regional Response Plan Funding Status - 15 May 2012.
    highlight 28 May 2012 (12 years ago)
    Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees