- Support to Lebanese host communities and public institutions under the sixth Regional Response Plan (RRP6 - 2014)
- ACAPS: Syria four years on: No end in sight - Mapping the situation for internally displaced Syrians and refugees after four years of civil war
- UNFPA: Regional Situation Report for Syria Crisis Issue No. 30 Period covered: 1-28 Feb 2015
Appeals & Funding
- Lebanon Crisis Response Plan 2015-2016
- Regional Refugee & Resilience Plan 2015-16: Lebanon
- Syria Crisis Guide to Giving
ABU DHABI, 24th March, 2015 (WAM)--The UAE's aid aimed at alleviating the suffering of those affected by the Syrian Crisis has amounted to more than Dh 1.34 billion, or US$364 million, since 2012, according to the latest figures collated via the UAE Ministry of International Cooperation and Development (MICAD).
Humanitarian aid to the Syrian population remains essential as the Syrian Crisis enters its fourth year, and the number of refugees in neighbouring countries approaches 4 million.
War pushing water shortages to breaking point in the Middle East, says ICRC report
With heavy fighting continuing to tear apart Syria and Iraq, and many communities still recovering from conflicts in Lebanon, Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, the region's water resources and aging delivery systems are reaching their breaking point, according to a new report by the International Committee of the Red Cross.
FAO’s role and presence in Syria
FAO is working with partners to strengthen food security and build the resilience of households, communities and institutions in Syria and neighbouring Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. By integrating relief and development activities, FAO’s resilience building efforts save livelihoods while helping communities lay the foundations for their own longer-term recovery.
Lebanon has shown extraordinary generosity in hosting a record number of refugee children, women and men from Syria into Lebanon. Over a million refugees registered with UNHCR live in over 1,170 communities across the country. This dramatic surge in population has strained public services and infrastructure that were already fragile before the Syrian crisis. The profound economic, social, and environmental impact of the crisis in Syria on Lebanon is evident in both rural and urban communities.
• UNRWA is facing severe shortfalls in funding for cash assistance in all fields of operation. Without further donations, the Agency will be forced to make reductions to its cash assistance programme in the coming months
• Results of UNRWA’s Post-Distribution Monitoring Survey indicate that PRS in Lebanon are becoming increasingly vulnerable, with UNRWA cash assistance representing the sole income for over 75% of PRS.
This map shows WASH partner presence in Lebanon in all site types. The map based upon reporting of any type of WASH activity in ActivityInfo for January 2015. For additional mapping products and information including national mapping of partners in IS please see the UNHCR Informational portal http://data.unhcr.org This map is designed for an AO size printout.
Snapshot 18-24 March 2015
Syria: The Government carried out over 10,000 airstrikes between October and March, dropping more than 5,300 barrel bombs and killing almost 2,200 civilians. A chlorine attack on 16 March in Idleb killed six people.
In a report unanimously adopted today on the humanitarian consequences of the actions of the terrorist group called “Islamic State”, the Committee on Migration makes an urgent appeal to all member states to show solidarity and responsibility in the face of this unprecedented humanitarian crisis.
Beirut, Lebanon | | Monday 3/23/2015 - 18:18 GMT |
A presidential vacuum and deadlocked institutions are impeding 166 million euros ($182 million) in French development aid to Lebanon, a French minister said on Monday.
"There are 166 million euros waiting until Lebanon's institutions are operating normally and are capable of dealing with different situations, as well as the speedy election of a president," French Development and Francophony Minister Annick Gerardin said.
Beirut, 23 March 2015 – The Ministry of Public Health, UNICEF, and WHO announce the launch of a supplementary Polio immunization campaign as part of the continued efforts to keep children in Lebanon safe from polio. The seven-day campaign, which starts on the 23rd of March, aims to reach almost 180,000 children under five in Lebanon regardless of nationality.
The Ministry of Public Health, UNICEF, and WHO have partnered to target children who might have missed out on the vaccination during the previous immunization rounds.
KUWAIT, March 22 (KUNA) -- Kuwait has committed itself on the official and non-government levels to easing the burden on Syrians displaced as a result of the conflict in their country which started just over four years ago.
Humanitarian campaigns launched by Kuwaiti charity organisations only a few months after the start of the conflict, focused on neighbouring countries which started to host fleeing refugees like Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. They provided families with food, education for their children, healthcare and shelter.
Water is essential to life. Clean water is vital for drinking, growing food and keeping clean. A person can only survive on average three days without water, and if the water they have is dirty and contaminated, fatal diseases spread quickly and the effects are devastating. At Islamic Relief, we believe in providing Water For Life.
INTERESTING INITIATIVES, GOOD PRACTICES AND RESOURCES:
UNFPA launched a handbook on Reporng on Gender-Based Violence in the Syria Crisis to help journalists be%er understand issues surrounding gender-based violence (GBV) and to write about it more effecvely and sensively. It is also available in Arabic here. The 9 ethical principles: Reporng Ethically on Gender-Based Violence in the Syria Crisis available in English and in Arabic.
20.03.2015 | Gaziantep – Providing more support for communities that are giving shelter to refugees, offering school lessons and training for refugee children and youths. Those are the areas that the Development Ministry will be concentrating on with its increased refugee assistance for Lebanon and Turkey.