This profile provides a multisectoral needs overview and summarises the infrastructure and services present in Ein Issa Camp. Primary data was collected between 21 and 27 November 2017 through 308 randomly sampled household interviews, allowing for representative findings with a 95% confidence level and a 10% margin of error. Additional information was provided by interviews with camp management and direct field observation.
# of individuals: 9,0001
# of shelters: 1,400
First arrivals: April 2016
Avg. residency duration: 7 months
Camp area: 0.25 km2
Since opening on April 2016, the camp has received a majority of Syrian Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), with a few Iraqis (0.3%) present. The majority of IDPs are from Ar-Raqqa (78%) and Aleppo (14%) governorates. The camp has 2 distinct parts separated by a road, this profile covers the original part of the camp only