- UNICEF Syria Crisis Situation Report February 2017
- WFP Egypt Country Brief, February 2017
- UNHCR Egypt Monthly Statistical Report as of 31 January 2017
Appeals & Funding
- 3RP Regional Strategic Overview 2017-2018
- 3RP Regional Refugee & Resilience Plan 2017-2018 in Response to the Syria Crisis - Egypt
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017-2018: Syrian refugees and other affected populations in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey
1599.4 M required for 2017 - Includes USD 1,261,527,328 requested by UNHCR under the 3RP Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan in Response to the Syria Crisis 2017-2018
393.8 M contributions received, representing 25% of requirements
1,205.6 M funding gap for the Syria Situation
All figures are displayed in USD
This document provides an overview of open-source-reported new laws or regulations affecting NGOs, and a summary of reported administrative decisions that affected their ability to operate. Links to the relevant Aid in Danger Monthly News Brief (in brackets in each sentence) provide further information.
577.9 M required for 2017
105.1 M contributions received, representing 18% of requirements
472.8 M funding gap for the Iraq Situation Response
All figures are displayed in USD
Ref: 2 (Published April 19, 2017)
Summary: February 2017
Difficult access through Erez crossing
Regional mixed migration summary for March 2017 covering mixed migration events, trends and data for Djibouti, Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Puntland, Somalia, Somaliland and Yemen.
Terminology: Throughout this report the term migrant/refugee is used to cover all those involved in the mixed migration flows (including asylum seekers, trafficked persons, smuggled economic migrants, refugees). If the caseload mentioned refers only to refugees or asylum seekers or trafficked persons it will be clearly stated.
This document presents the basic needs approach that UNHCR is pursuing and expanding across operations when providing multi-purpose cash grants to refugees in collaboration with partners.
What is a Basic Needs Approach?
UNHCR defines the basic needs approach as a way to enable refugees, based on their socio-economic vulnerabilities, to meet their basic needs through means to survive and access to services. Anchored in a rights-based approach and delivered in partnership, it is an integral part of protection and solutions.
UNHCR’s complaint procedures allow refugees and asylum seekers to file a complaint if there has been misconduct by UNHCR staff, interpreters, guards or NGO partners. A complaint must be filed within 3 months of the incident.
Process to file a complaint
There is a complaint form available at all UNHCR offices if you wish to use it.
Put your name and phone number on the complaint. Anonymous complaints will not be investigated.
Outline your complaint in as much detail as possible with dates, locations, witnesses.
As the brutal conflict continues in Syria, millions of people continue to be in need. Hundreds of thousands have been killed in the conflict between the Assad regime, extremist groups and moderate opposition groups. In response to the crisis, the UK has committed £2.3 billion since 2012. This includes allocations to over 30 implementing partners (including United Nations agencies, international non-governmental organisations and the Red Cross) and is helping to meet the immediate needs of vulnerable people in Syria and of refugees in the region.
Between 1 January and 28 February 2017, 1,875 unaccompanied children arrived in Italy by sea, representing 14% of all sea arrivals in this period. This proportion is largely comparable to the first two months of 2016, when 15% of those arriving by sea were UASC.
Between 1 January and 28 February 2017, 13,439 persons arrived in Italy by sea. This is a 48% increase compared to sea arrivals in the same period last year (9,101). As in previous years, monthly arrivals were comparatively lower during the winter, due to less favourable weather and sea conditions.
Situation Générale en mars 2017
Prévision jusqu'à’mi-mai 2017
Between January 2015 and December 2016, 183 aid workers were reportedly arrested, charged, detained, or imprisoned in 27 events, based on Insecurity Insight’s monitoring of open sources.
Egypt - On 6 April, Egypt’s Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) and IOM launched a new Migration Data Analysis Unit.
The Migration Data Analysis Unit aims to fill in existing information gaps by conducting periodic assessments and producing key statistics on migration issues to support the development of evidence-based policy and enhance migration management in Egypt.