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Camp Profile - Al Hol, Al-Hasakeh Governorate, Syria - November 2017



This profile provides a multisectoral needs overview and summarises the infrastructure and services present in Al Hol Camp. Primary data was collected between 15 and 21 November 2017 through 301 randomly sampled household interviews, allowing for representative fndings with a 95% confdence level and 10% margin of error. Additional information was provided by interviews with camp management.

Camp Overview

# of individuals: 21,6481

# of shelters: 4,700 (all occupied)

First arrivals: May 2016

Avg. residency duration: 7 months

Camp area: 1.65 km2

The camp population is predominantly refugees from Iraq (87%), the majority of whom are from Ninewa governorate (72%) as well as Syrian Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from Deir-ez-Zor governorate (12%). The camp is divided into 6 phases, with IDPs living in phase 5. At the time of data collection the area known as the IDP phase was hosting refugees, previously living in Roj camp, Al-Hasakeh