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12 Dec 2018 description

Introduction

This report was compiled by the Ministry of Labour’s (MOL) Syrian Refugee Unit (SRU) and will provide the following:

  • Total work permits issued to Syrian refugees.

  • Disaggregation of work permits data by gender, type of permit, and location.

  • Camp-specific work permits issuances

Highlights

22 Nov 2018 description

Vulnerability index based on the below indicators :

1.Water network age 2018 [10%]
2.Water network coverage 2018 [20%]
3.Water network losses as leakage 2018 [20%] *
4.Operation and maintenance Needs 2018 [15%] **
5.Average consumption Vs Standard consumption 2018 [15%]
6.Poverty [10%] ***
7.The proportion of Syrian refugees [10%]

*Water network losses as leakage is an estimation based on mathematic approach.

22 Nov 2018 description

Vulnerability index based on the below indicators :

1.Sewerage network age 2018 [10%]
2.Sewerage network coverage 2018 [25%]
3.3. WWTP condition (in terms of hydraulic and biological load) [20%] *
4.Operation and maintenance Needs 2018 [15%] **
5.Poverty [10%] ***
6.The proportion of Syrian refugees [20%]

*As population significantly increases in certain areas, wastewater generated also increases. Rising both hydraulic and biological loads to the maximum limits in some plants, results in high health and environment risks.

18 Nov 2018 description

Introduction

This report was compiled by the Ministry of Labour’s (MOL) Syrian Refugee Unit (SRU) and will provide the following:

• Total work permits issued to Syrian refugees.

• Disaggregation of work permits data by gender, type of permit, and location.

• Camp-specific work permits issuances.

Highlights

• 4,877WP’s were issued in Oct 2018, this figure shows a slight increase compared toSep 2018 of 4,660WP’s, and a significant increase than last year average of 3893WP’s.

07 Nov 2018 description

MINISTRY OF PLANNING AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

A Cabinet Decision was issued to allow Syrians to register and operate Home-Based Businesses

During a Ministerial Meeting held November 7, 2018, the Council of Ministers decided the following with regards to Syrian home-based businesses:

• Inside the Syrian Refugee Camps:

  • It is permitted to undertake work from inside the homes in all sectors including closed occupations.

Maps & Infographics

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