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35,200 Individuals
Total Persons of Concern
Base Layer

Population

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Total Persons of Concern

4,520


From 16 June 2014, Al-Obaidi camp became inaccessible to UN agencies and other humanitarian staff. The camp registration figure is not updated.
Last Updated 15 Mar 2015


Source - UNHCR

Demography
Male (48.5%) Age (51.5%) Female
7.5% 0 - 4 8.8%
12.2% 5 - 11 12.2%
8.7% 12 - 17 8.6%
18.9% 18 - 59 21.1%
1.2% 60 + 0.9%

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  Total Persons of Concern

Settlement Total Population    
2,992
828
Individuals
Households
66.2 %
1,528
321
Individuals
Households
33.8 %

  Highlights

In contrast with the Kurdistan Region, the number of refugees in Al-Qa’im is constantly decreasing with some 4,600 having returned to Syria.
09 May 2013
Al Qa’im border remains closed with some exceptions for females and minors less than 15 years old as part of the family reunification.
30 Apr 2013
There have now been over 4,000 voluntary returns to Syria from the Al Qa’im border point.
30 Apr 2013

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