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

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Beneficiaries numbers reported are for November 2016 only.

CCC M cluster has coordinated the provision of lifesaving multi-sectoral reponse to 335,197 IDP s living in 328 informal settlements.

Education cluster provided children and adolescents with regular self-learning materials and digital learning materials, provision/ rehabilitation of water and sanitation facilities in TLS / schools, Rehabilitation of learning centres, incentives/allowances for teaching staff, non formal education (NFE), professional development to teaching staff (active learning, self-learning, life skills), textbooks, life skills based trainings, basic education materials, psychological support and recreational activities, provision of fuel for heating in learning centers and teaching kits, develop & strengthen M&E capacities of education actors, early childhood education (E CE ) / early childhood development (ECD) and awareness raising campaigns.

FSL cluster reached 657,359 beneficiaries with food baskets (in kind, cash and voucher); additionally 247,015 beneficiaries reached with emergency food rations, mixed food items and other food commodities. In addition, 920,928 beneficiaries assisted through bread/flour distribution.
FSL cluster reached 174,033 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 11,410 beneficiaries with referrals; through outreach consultations a further 51,955 beneficiaries were reached; with trainings 911 doctors, nurses, midwives and CHW trainees reached and 44,200 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 raisings, case management, child protection, key informant assessments, material and cash assistance, socio economic and psychological support, outreach activities, recreation and early childhood development kits, referrals, risk education, safety audit, observational analysis, service mapping, specialised child protection services and trainings.
S helter 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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