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Turkey | Syria: Cross-Border Humanitarian Reach and Activities from Turkey (December 2016) [EN/AR]

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People reached numbers reported are for December 2016 only.

CCCM has coordinated the provision of lifesaving multi-sectoral response to 335,488 IDPs living in 330 informal settlements in December 2016. CCCM tracked tracked 1,185,703 IDPs since April 2015.

Education cluster provide children and adolescents with formal and non-formal education services and support through the provision of: teaching and learning supplies and materials, textbooks, school bags, classroom heating and winterization, awareness raining campaigns, provision/rehab of classrooms and water and sanitation facilities in TLS/ schools, PSS, incentives/allowances for teaching staff and education personnel, formal education, catch-up classes, ALP programs, self-learning programs, remedial education, literacy and numeracy classes, technical and vocational education for youth, early childhood development activities and kits, recreational activities, education bursaries, school feeding, school transportation, PTA’s, professional teacher development, capacity development of education actors, assessments and monitoring and evaluation of programs.

FSL cluster reached 764,292 beneficiaries with food baskets (in kind, cash and voucher); additionally 76,915 beneficiaries reached with emergency food rations, mixed food items and other food commodities. In addition, 598,464 beneficiaries assisted through bread/flour distribution.
FSL cluster reached 232,839 beneficiaries with agriculture & livelihood activities that are agricultural inputs, animal distribution, backyard support, animal treatments, income generation activities and rehabilitation of infrastructures.

Health cluster reached 14,792 people with referrals; through outreach consultations a further 82,736 people were reached; with trainings 952 doctors, nurses, midwives and CHW trainees reached and 31,752 minor and major surgeries were supported.

NFI cluster provided NFI kits (in-kind, cash, voucher) and training of stakeholders on resilience oriented NFI skills and capacities.

Nutrition cluster supported and provided IYCF-E messages by outreach workers, BMS supports and re-lactation supports for 0-6 month year old infants; children lipid-based nutrient supplements, complementary foods, inpatient SAM treatments, MAM treatments, vitamin A, malnutrition screenings, multiple micronutrients; health staff trained on IYCF and CMAM guidelines; lactating womens receive vitamin A; PLWs reached with MAM treatments, counselled on appropriate IYCF, screened for malnutrition, supplemented with multiple micronutrients, received food assistance and non-food items; psychosocial counselling sessions for caregivers with children less than 2 years old.

Protection cluster provided awareness raising through campaigns and contact initiatives, case management, child protection and psychosocial support, including parenting programmes, develop community level referral pathways, legal assistance, material/cash assistance, outreach activities, psychosocial support, recreation and early childhood development kits, risk education, specialised child protection services, training of front line responders and humanitarian actors, women and girls accessing safe spaces and other socio-economic support.

Shelter cluster provided rental assistance, construction materials/tools, emergency shelter kits (e.g. tents) and emergency shelter; also rehabilitation of private housing and collective centers. Moreover, shelter cluster provided information/counselling on housing, land & property rights WASH cluster data is not available.

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