UNICEF 2015 Plan Highlights
• The WASH programme will continue the transition from first-phase emergency services to more sustainable, and costeffective systems, and reinforcing WASH services in areas impacted by refugee influx.
• Health programmes will increase access to health care for refugee and impacted host population, including strengthening routine immunization and campaigns especially for polio which continues to threaten the region.
• Education programmes will promote access to formal and non-formal education addressing the needs of refugees and children in impacted host communities. Education quality will be promoted including through training and provision of essential supplies.
• UNICEF will work to prevent and respond to violence, abuse, exploitation, neglect and separation of children, with priority to strengthen national child protection systems. Grave child protection concerns will be monitored and documented.
• UNICEF will lead the No Lost Generation strategy to coordination action for Education, Child Protection and Adolescence.