The effect on thousands of children will be "devastating" say agencies working in the region, ahead of a major UN meeting on refugees.
Ahead of a crucial United Nations meeting on refugees next week, it has emerged that education programmes in Jordan have been slashed - affecting 45,000 vulnerable Syrian refugee children.
As the result of a funding gap of $8.6 million, only 10,000 Syrian refugee children out of 55,000 eligible children will continue to get financial support from UNICEF.
1.8 million people assessed for cash assistance in 2018 so far.
641,3421 individuals reached across the region in the first half of 2018, with USD 95 million distributed.
48 per cent of Syrian refugee families in Egypt need to borrow money or purchase on credit to meet their basic needs, including healthcare.
USD 44 million urgently required to continue cash assistance to 456,000 Syrian refugees through . � the end of 2018.
At the second "Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region" conference hosted by the EU in Brussels on 24-25 April 2018, the international community and the governments of refugee hosting countries came together to reaffirm their commitment to support the millions of civilians affected by the conflict in Syria as well as the refugees and communities generously hosting them.
RIYADH, 19th September, 2018 (WAM) -- The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR, and King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, KSRelief, signed two agreements today worth over SR8.4 million (nearly US$2.24 million) to provide dialysis treatment for Syrian refugees suffering from chronic renal failure. The life-saving treatment is expected to support 128 Syrian refugees in and Lebanon and Jordan for one year.
Disability Assessment among Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon
Concerning the lack of disability data in the Syria crisis context, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) and iMMAP conducted the study aimed at the following:
1.Provide statistically reliable prevalence of disability as well as disability disaggregated data indicators on access to services.
The present report is the fifty-fifth submitted pursuant to paragraph 17 of Security Council resolution 2139 (2014), paragraph 10 of resolution 2165 (2014), paragraph 5 of resolution 2191 (2014), paragraph 5 of resolution 2258 (2015), paragraph 5 of resolution 2332 (2016), paragraph 6 of resolution 2393 (2017) and paragraph 12 of resolution 2401 (2018), in which the Council requested the SecretaryGeneral to report, every 30 days, on the implementation of the resolutions by all parties to the conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic.
10 August 2018: In Bamenda city, Mezam department, Northwest province, an ambulance belonging to the Bamenda Regional Hospital was shot at by either national military personnel or Ambazonian fighters, seriously wounding a nurse, and slightly injuring the driver. Source: Cameroon-Info
5,341 patients received at the clinic in the month of August.
73 referrals to the hospitals in Jordan in the month of August.
60% of secondary and tertiary referrals were for obstetrics & gynaecology.
Azraq is home to 40,901 Syrian refugees, nearly 22% are under five years old.
60% are children, including 314 unaccompanied minors.
1,438 Syrian refugees (4%) have disabilities in the camp.
3 in 10 households are headed by women.
8,895 shelters are currently in use in the camp.
10,479 have been built since Azraq opened in 2014.
Working with Partners
UNHCR Jordan has one of the largest refugee helplines in the world, answering nearly 150,000 calls per month. Since its inception in 2008, staff on the helpline have responded to over 1.7 million calls. The system uses Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology, where automated information is delivered on key topics, while 14 dedicated staff are available for more complex and emergency calls.
NEW YORK/ROME —UN Women and the World Food Programme (WFP) are breaking new ground by using blockchain to assist Syrian refugee women participating in UN Women’s cash for work programmes at the Za’atari and Azraq refugee camps in Jordan.
DUBAI, 17th September, 2018 (WAM) -- The Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair Refugee Education Fund has announced the launch of its first round of funding to support 6,500 refugee children and youth.
Established on World Refugee Day in June 2018, the fund aims to disburse grants totalling AED100 million over three years to support the education of children affected by wars and disasters residing in the UAE and refugees in Jordan and Lebanon.
Through the generous support of the Saudi Fund for Development (SFD), UNHCR will connect all shelters, plot lighting, markets and various public spaces in Azraq camp to the electrical grid.
Implemented over two concurrent phases this network covers the medium voltage (implemented by EDCO) and low voltage lines (implemented by a local contractor, EDWAN) and internal shelter wiring (inspected by trained refugees).
UNHCR and the IKEA Foundation have created the first refugee camp in the world powered by renewable energy. A medium- and low-voltage power network funded by the Saudi Fund for Development connected the IKEA Foundation Solar Plant to refugee shelters, formal and informal businesses, offices and utilities, providing year-round electricity in the camp.