Achievements and Highlights in 2017 - UNRWA ... Syria: UNRWA - Achievements and Highlights in 2017...

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  • Syria: UNRWA - Achievements and Highlights in 2017

    UNRWA, January 2018

    July August September October November DecemberJanuary February March April May June

    Food assistance

    31 May

    1st round 2017

    5th round 2016

    Q1 Q3 Q4 Q2

    30 July

    13 Aug

    30 Oct

    26 Nov

    2nd round

    3rd round

    4th round

    54,770 180,945

    109,174 371,192

    105,685 359,329

    105,017 357,058

    135,217 304,351

    IndividualsFood parcels

    Non-Food Items assistance

    Palestine Refugees in Syria

    January: UNRWA launches 2017 Syria Emergency Appeal requesting USD 329 million for Syria. February: Violence escalates in Dera’a; UNRWA responds by providing humanitarian assistance to the displaced. March: UNRWA participates in the second inter-agency convoy to besieged Khan Eshieh camp since access was resumed in December 2016.

    April:

    refugees are remaining in Syria, and 418,000 are in need. May: UNRWA supports the safe passage of 221 Palestine refugee and Syrian students from Lebanon and Yarmouk to take the national ninth-grade exam. June: A total of 3,044 students out of the 3,812 who sat their ninth-grade exam in UNRWA operated schools pass, scoring an 80% success rate in comparison to the national average of 65.83%.

    July: UNRWA joins an inter-agency convoy to Yalda, Babila and Beit Sahem, conducting a needs assessment. Also, for the

    assessment in Sbeineh camp. August: UNRWA multi-sectorial teams conduct three assessment missions to Dera’a camp and city, which experience a relative

    September: A total of 47,248 students enrol in 104 UNRWA operated schools in Syria, two schools in Husseiniyeh and Barzeh re-open their doors to students. No more triple-shifts in UNRWA schools.

    October: Following the return of civilians to Sbeineh camp, two out of the six UNRWA schools re-open their doors for the

    November: UNRWA launches its “16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence (GBV)” campaign, with various activities across Syria. December: UNRWA distributes food and non-food items to 334 families,

    Palestine refugee families returning to Sbeineh camp.

    Cash assistance

    15 2 22 16

    Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

    23 22 7 14

    US$ 64 round 2

    26,173,476

    410,157

    *US $ 96 round 1

    39,369,395

    408,786

    US$ 49 round 4

    20,120,790

    407,306

    26,177,285

    408,787

    US$ 64 round 3

    * including a US$ 32 top-up for winter needs

    Individualstotal amount

    individuals in December

    26% 2,306

    individuals in January

    1,706

    collective shelters9

    7

    needs assessment missions

    March: resumed access to Khan Eshieh camp

    September: resumed access to Sbeineh camp

    47,322 students

    104 schools

    45,478 students

    101 schools

    2016-2017 2017-2018

    16

    distribution centres

    hygiene kits

    156,749

    blankets

    mattresses

    81,347 34,135

    6,019

    5,702 protection cases assisted

    5

    816,751 health consultations

    dental consultations

    15

    health points

    health centres

    11 100,051

    3,212 graduates from short term TVET courses

    Funding Status 2017

    43.1 % US$ 141,784,045

    TOTAL FUNDING REQUIREMENTS US$ 328,952,593

    EMERGENCY APPEAL

    success rate for ninth-graders

    80%

    3,812 sat the ninth-grade national exam

    421 graduates from long term TVET courses

    11,094

    3,044 passed the exam

    In addition, about USD 48 million was allocated under the Programme Budget, supporting core programmes and activities of UNRWA in Syria.

    mobile clinic

    1

    95 %

    56,600 in Hard-To-Reach

    and Besieged areas

    438,000 individuals

    remaining in country

    254,000 internally displaced

    418,000 in need of sustained

    humanitarian assistance

    20,000

    40,000

    60,000

    80,000

    100,000

    120,000

    140,000

    160,000

    Hygiene kits Blankets Mattresses

    156,749

    81,347

    34,135

    Additional USD 17.4 million complemented the operation in Syria through project funds, supporting UNRWA programmes.

    In January 2017, UNRWA launched its 2017 Syria Emergency Appeal, requesting a total of USD 329 million to meet the basic needs of Palestine refugees in Syria. As of 31 December 2017, the Agency had received USD 141.7 million, representing 43.1% of emergency requirements.

    �rst time since December 2012.

    in a continuous e�ort to support the needs of vulnerable.

    �rst time since end of 2012, UNRWA conducts a needs

    calm following a cease�re agreement from early July

    According to 2016 veri�cation exercise, 438,000 Palestine