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15 Nov 2017 description

Highlights

  • WFP Egypt has done numerous consultations with the Egyptian government and relevant stakeholders towards developing a dedicated five-year Country Strategic Plan, aligning with government development priorities, SDS, and SDGs 2 and SDG 17. WFP’s work will be focused along five broad and complementary outcomes.

15 Nov 2017 description

WFP continues to support Syrian populations in the country under the PRRO 200987. WFP supports up to 88,200 vulnerable refugees from Syria through the two main components of relief and livelihood/resilience-building with various activities, including: general food distribution, nutrition support to PLW, vocational trainings, capacity enhancement and access to schemes for small business start-up grants for selected refugees and host communities.

31 Oct 2017 description

WFP continues to support Syrian populations in the country under the PRRO 200987. WFP supports up to 88,200 vulnerable refugees from Syria through the two main components of relief and livelihood/resilience-building with various activities, including: general food distribution, nutrition support to PLW, vocational trainings, capacity enhancement and access to schemes for small business start-up grants for selected refugees and host communities.

19 Oct 2017 description

Highlights

During the first week of Aug 6,375 Community Schools teachers were trained on ILO’s SCREAMStop Child Labour Education Train-the-Trainer topics like class management, education assessment, lesson curriculum analysis, active learning, child protection, teaching tools, lesson planning, nutrition and emergency preparedness.

Operational Updates

13 Sep 2017 description

WFP continues to support Syrian populations in the country under the PRRO 200987. WFP supports up to 88,200 vulnerable refugees from Syria through various activities, including: general food distribution, nutrition support, vocational trainings, capacity enhancement and access to schemes for small business start-up grants.

July distribution took place from 16 to 20 July 2017, targeting 74,883 beneficiaries (72,348 Syrian refugees and 2,535 Palestinian refugees from Syria). Redemption period for June cycle ends on 28 July 2017.

14 Aug 2017 description

WFP continued to support Syrian populations in the country under the PRRO 200987. WFP will support up to 88,200 vulnerable refugees from Syria through general food distribution, nutrition support, vocational trainings, capacity enhancement and access to micro-credit schemes.

31 Jul 2017 description

Highlights

  • WFP resumed distribution of in school snacks (fortified date bars) in community schools in the 16 governorates where WFP is implementing school meals activities under an EU funded project.

Operational Updates

27 Jun 2017 description

Highlights

  • The CO received a mission from the Adaptation Fund from 30 April-3 May 2017 to document success stories from the Climate Change project. The mission found the work very impressive, and will be documenting the project’s stakeholder engagement and gender mainstreaming approaches as best practices in a knowledge product for guidance on Adaptation Fund projects.

27 Feb 2017 description

More than USD 22 M were injected into local economy through vouchers/ e-cards since JANUARY 2016

DECEMBER HIGHLIGHTS:

• December distribution took place from 7 to 9 December 2016, targeting 76,020 beneficiaries (73,302 Syrian refugees and 2,718 Palestinian refugees from Syria). The redemption period for December cycle ended on 20 December 2016.

15 Dec 2016 description

The American people, through USAID, have been investing in the water sector across the Middle East to improve access to clean water, reduce water losses, facilitate sustainable use of limited resources and improve access to sanitation.

31 Oct 2016 description

More than USD 17 M were injected into local economy through vouchers/ e-cards since JANUARY 2016

OCTOBER HIGHLIGHTS:

• October distribution took place from 17 to 21 October 2016, targeting 70,747 beneficiaries (67,720 Syrian refugees and 2,707 Palestinian refugees from Syria). The redemption period for October cycle ended on 28 October 2016. The total beneficiaries who actually redeemed the vouchers was 68,906.

• In October, 5,040 beneficiaries have been re-included.

25 Aug 2016 description
infographic World Food Programme

65,285 Syrian and Palestinian refugees presently assisted in communities

117,168 registered refugees as of June 2016

USD 112 million worth of vouchers distributed to date

1st TARGETED assistance in Syria Emergency response

1st FOOD VOUCHER Programme for WFP in Egypt

FOOD VOUCHER

Considering the generous donor contributions, voucher value returned to its initially planned full value

21 Jun 2016 description

More than USD 8M were injected into local economy through vouchers / e-cards since January 2016.

MAY HIGHLIGHTS:

• May distributions took place from 19 May to 24 May 2016, targeting 66,358 beneficiaries (2,877 Palestinian refugees from Syria and 63,481 Syrian refugees).

• Redemption period from May cycle ended on 31 May 2016.

• Since March 2016, the voucher value has returned to its original value of US$ 24.2.

06 Jun 2016 description

More than USD 1.5M were injected into local economy through vouchers/ e-cards since JANUARY 2016

APRIL HIGHLIGHTS:

• April distributions took place from 19 April to 25 April 2016, targeting 65,959 beneficiaries (2,947 Palestinian refugees from Syria and 63,012 Syrian refugees).

• Redemption period from April cycle is until 7 May 2016.

• Since March 2016, the voucher value has returned to its original value of US$ 24.2.

19 Apr 2016 description

More than USD 1.5M were injected into local economy through vouchers/ e-cards since JANUARY 2016

February Highlights

  • February distributions took place from 24 February to 2 March 2016, in six governorates (Obour, 6th of October, Alexandria, Marsa Matrouh, Mansoura, and Damietta), targeting 62,679 beneficiaries (2,938 Palestinian refugees from Syria and 59,741 Syrian Refugees). Total beneficiaries reached was 62,456 (2,930 PRS and 59,526 Syrians)

15 Feb 2016 description

USD 940,534 were injected into local economy through vouchers/ e-cards in DECEMBER 2015

DECEMBER HIGHLIGHTS:

• The distributions and e-voucher uploads took place from 21 to 28 December 2015, in six governorates (Obour, 6th of October, Alexandria, Marsa Matrouh, Mansoura, and Damietta), targeting 62,034 beneficiaries (2,891 Syrian Palestinian and 59,143 Syrian Refugees). Distribution reached 61,362 beneficiaries (2,878 Syrian Palestinian and 58,484 Syrian Refugees), reaching 99% of the target.

15 Feb 2016 description

USD 940,534 were injected into local economy through vouchers/ e-cards in DECEMBER 2015

DECEMBER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The distributions and e-voucher uploads took place from 21 to 28 December 2015, in six governorates (Obour, 6th of October, Alexandria, Marsa Matrouh, Mansoura, and Damietta), targeting 62,034 beneficiaries (2,891 Syrian Palestinian and 59,143 Syrian Refugees). Distribution reached 61,362 beneficiaries (2,878 Syrian Palestinian and 58,484 Syrian Refugees), reaching 99% of the target.

15 Feb 2016 description

KEY FIGURES

524 Unaccompanied minors assisted
31,291 Refugees provided with cash grants in December 2015
62,034 Refugees received WFP food vouchers in December
2,174 Refugees submitted for Resettlement since the beginning of 2015
12,481 Refugees with specific needs identified in Syrian population
1,360 People provided with legal counseling since the beginning of 2015

FUNDING

USD 189,581,596 requested by agencies for 3RP response

PRIORITIES

31 Jan 2016 description

USD 921,724 were injected into local economy through vouchers/ e-cards in JANUARY 2016

JANUARY HIGHLIGHTS:

• January distributions took place from 28 to 31 January 2016, in six governorates (Obour, 6th of October, Alexandria, Marsa Matrouh, Mansoura, and Damietta), targeting 62,548 beneficiaries (2,911 Palestinian refugees from Syria and 59,673 Syrian Refugees).

• The reduced food voucher value continues to be USD17 per person per month instead of the planned USD 24.2,