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The Mobility of Displaced Syrians. An Economic and Social Analysis

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank, Eds.: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank, (2019)

The new report, The Mobility of Displaced Syrians: An Economic and Social Analysis, draws on the large amounts of data on Syrian refugees collected by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), in addition to its own surveys. The results were compared with other refugee situations around the globe, ranging from Iraqi refugees in pre-war Syria to Somali refugees in Kenya. This analytical approach allowed for a better understanding of the complex set of factors that refugees must navigate as they consider a return home.

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) in the context of the crises in Syria and Iraq

Sigmund Freud Privatuniversität; BAff; Charité; et al., Eds.: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, (2017)

Guiding framework for development cooperation, Working paper 2017. This document was drawn up on the basis of expert publications and inputs from partners in the GIZ regional programme Psychosocial Support for Syrian and Iraqi Refugees and Internally Displaced People1 in order to serve as guidance in the design, implementation and assessment of psychosocial support measures for refugees in the context of the crises in Syria and Iraq. It is aimed at actors from the MHPSS sector working with refugees in the Middle East and at ministries and academic/scientific institutions in the context of the Syria and Iraq crises.

Orientierungsrahmen für die psychische Gesundheit und psychosoziale Unterstützung (MHPSS) in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit

Sigmund Freud Privatuniversität; BAff; Charité; et al., Eds.: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, (2018)

Am Beispiel des Kontexts der Syrien- und Irakkrise Das Positionspapier zeigt auf, was gute psychosoziale Arbeit mit Geflüchteten ausmacht und welche Risiken es zu berücksichtigen gilt. Es richtet sich an Akteur*innen aus dem MHPSS-Sektor, die im Kontext der Syrien- und Irakkrisen mit Flüchtlingen im Nahen Osten arbeiten sowie an Ministerien und wissenschaftliche Institutionen.

2019 Humanitarian needs overview Syrian Arab Republic Summary

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), (2019)

The figures and findings reflected in the 2019 Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) represent the independent analysis of the United Nations (UN) and its humanitarian partners based on information available to them. While the HNO aims to provide consolidated humanitarian analysis and data to help inform joint strategic humanitarian planning, many of the figures provided throughout the document are estimates based on sometimes incomplete and partial data sets using the methodologies for collection that were available at the time. The Government of Syria has expressed its reservations over the data sources and methodology of assessments used to inform the HNO, as well as on a number of HNO findings.

The Educational and Mental Health needs of Syrian Refugee Children

Selcuk R. Sirin, Lauren Rogers-Sirin, Eds.: Migration Policy Institute, (2015)

This report was prepared for a research symposium on young children in refugee families, held at the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) on February 25, 2015, with the support from the Foundation for Child Development (FCD). This series explores the well-being and development of children from birth to age 10 in refugee families, across a range of disciplines, including child development, psychology, sociology, health, education, and public policy.

WASH - Facts & Figures whole of Syria: End of the year 2018

UN Children's Fund UNICEF, Eds.: UNICEF , (2019)

14.6 mio people in 2018 were in need of access to safe water, partly due to heavy infrastructure damage. Despite investments in water treatment systems and provision of water disinfectants, the main challenge countrywide remained on the water quality side, particularly at point of use. This resulted from deteriorating secondary infrastructures such as water networks and sewage systems, as well as limitations in regular operational and maintenance of water treatment stations. WASH situation in IDP camps also continued to be critical, requiring the provision of full WASH service packages while promoting the transition towards more sustainable solutions.

Facts & Figures whole of Syria : End of the year 2018

UN Children's Fund UNICEF, Eds.: UNICEF , (2019)

Youth and adolescents representing over 30 per cent of the entire population, struggled to access learning opportunities, vocations or to have meaningful engagement in their communities. Many adolescents had no access to schooling during the height of the crisis and are now unable to return to school and are in desesperate need of alternative pathways.

Annual Report 2018 Syria Arab Republic

World Health Organization WHO, (2019)

More than 13 million people in Syria need humanitarian assistance, 5.2 million acutely so. At least 6.2 million people have been displaced, many of them more than once. Two thirds of Syrians are living under the poverty line. In 2018, WHO monitored almost 1100 hospitals and health care centres throughout the country and delivered medicines and supplies to where they were needed most. We responded to outbreaks of acute diarrhoea and typhoid fever, hepatitis A, measles and vaccine-derived poliovirus.

Psychosocial Support in Emergencies: Critical for Syrian Children

Save the Children, (2013)

This report aims to provide Syrian children with a platform to make their voices heard. Their stories highlight the urgent need to address the psychosocial well-being of children affected by the Syrian civil war, and in all emergencies

Regional strategic overview 2019/2020 Summary Version

Regional refugee & resilience plan in response to the Syria crisis , Eds.: 3RP, (2019)

Regional total of 5,650,497 registered Syrian refugees on 30 November 2018 includes 33,545 Syrian refugees accommodated in countries in North Africa. | Total estimated number of Syrians of 6,947,406 represents Government estimates, including registered Syrian refugees, unregistered Syrian refugees and Syrians residing in host countries under alternative legal frameworks. | Projected registered Syrian refugees (5,520,051) is the 3RP planning figure, representing the expected registered refugee population in the respective countries by 31 December 2019, including 33,545 Syrian refugees in countries in North Africa.

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