245,000 Syrian Refugees expected by end-2018
250,184 currently registered
22 million (10% of total) required for Shelter
Sustainable and gender-appropriate access to adequate shelter and infrastructure is available, improved, and maintained in camps:
There are 18,000 shelter plots in KR-I hosting 91,179 individuals. 37% of the refugee population in KR-I lives in 9 refugee camps. In the camps there are generally 3 types of shelter: 2% of households live in emergency shelters (tents without concrete slab with communal latrine and shower). 10% of households live in shelter plots improved with concrete slabs, a protection wall around the tent, family kitchen, and a family latrine and shower with water, sewage, and electricity networks. 88% of households live in shelters that have been upgraded either by UNHCR and NGO's, or by the refugees’ themselves, to more durable shelters with concrete slabs, concrete block walls of 2.6m, a sandwich panel roof, a family kitchen, and a family latrine and shower with water, sewage and electricity networks.
Sustainable adequate shelter and community infrastructures are available for vulnerable Syrian refugees and impacted members from the host community. 63% of the refugee population in KR-I live outside camps.
97% of households living outside the camps live in houses or apartments.
84% of households do not share their accommodation.
13% of households share their accommodation with others.
2% of households live in unfinished buildings.
1% of households live in other type of shelter.