The crisis in numbers

Inside Syria

5,600,000

That’s the number of children living in dire situations inside Syria: poverty, displacement and caught in the lines of fire.

In the sub-region

1,941,584

That’s how many children of Syria now live as refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Turkey, Egypt and other countries in North Africa.

 

Last updated: 9 February 2015

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Key response activities

Health

Number of children vaccinated against polio in each country.

Total: 0

Activities reporting period: February 2015

Funding needs inside Syria: US$62.21m

100%
US$0
Gap
Received

Funding needs in other affected countries: US$77.23m

100%
US$0
Gap
Received

Funding needs reporting period: 2015

Education

Education

Number of school-aged children who received UNICEF support to access school/learning programmes.

Total: 0

Activities reporting period: February 2015

Funding needs inside Syria: US$92.04m

100%
US$0
Gap
Received

Funding needs in other affected countries: US$224.55m

100%
US$0
Gap
Received

Funding needs reporting period: 2015

Protection

Child protection

Children with access to support to cope with the trauma and stress caused by conflict.

Total: 0

Activities reporting period: February 2015

Funding needs inside Syria: US$22.53m

100%
US$0
Gap
Received

Funding needs in other affected countries: US$75.01m

100%
US$0
Gap
Received

Funding needs reporting period: 2015

Wash

Water and sanitation

Number of people with access to drinking and domestic water in each country.

Total: 0

Activities reporting period: February 2015

Funding needs inside Syria: US$72.02m

100%
US$0
Gap
Received

Funding needs in other affected countries: US$192.98m

100%
US$0
Gap
Received

Funding needs reporting period: 2015

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Funding needs

Inside Syria

US$248.8m

UNICEF's total funding requirements for Syria

US$0
Received

In the sub-region

US$569.77m

UNICEF's total funding requirements for other affected countries in the region

US$0
Received
 

Reporting period: 2015

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UNICEF provides winter clothing for Syrian refugee children in Turkey

By Tülay Güler

Suruc, Turkey, January 2015 – A harsh winter in Turkey is threatening the wellbeing of Syrian refugee children, majority of them living in squalid conditions. In camps across the country, the Turkish Government, UNICEF and other UN agencies have been providing warm clothing to children to protect them from sub- zero winter temperatures. Continue reading

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