Appeals & Response Plans
Most read reports
- Govt. Germany: German support for Lebanon – promoting stability in a tense region. 19 Sep 2019
- NRC: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: Gender & Accessibility to Housing. 16 Sep 2019
- WFP: Terms of Reference: Evaluation of WFP’s Livelihoods and Resilience Activities in Lebanon from 2016 to 2019 WFP Lebanon Country Office. 19 Sep 2019
- UNRWA: 37,000 Palestine Refugee Students in Lebanon return to UNRWA Schools. 12 Sep 2019
- Syrian American Medical Society Foundation: SAMS, LHF Launch New Initiative to Support Displaced Individuals in Lebanon. 13 Sep 2019
1. Executive Summary
Since the Syrian uprising and armed conflict began in 2011, more than 11 million people have been internally displaced or have fled to neighboring states, namely Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Turkey. This has put a severe strain on host communities in these neighboring countries. In order to assist, the international community mobilized an estimated USD 3 billion for the 2018 Syria Regional Refugee and Resilience Plans, funding more than 50 organizations.
1 Executive summary
Since the Syrian conflict began in 2011, 11 million people have been internally displaced or have fled to neighboring states. This has put an incredible strain on the hosting societies, particularly in Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Turkey. The international community has dispatched more than $17 billion in funding to Syria Response Plans, 300 organizations have implemented projects, and thousands of people have been activated to assist both host communities and refugees themselves to cope with the circumstances.