Syria Crisis Situation Report 8 August 2013

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It’s not home but for Syrian refugees in Jordan, Ramadan traditions live on

Za’atari camp, northern Jordan, August 7 2013: Outside Ibrahim’s caravan his children are playing inside a small metal boat.

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SITUATION REPORT No.7, 28 AUGUST 2013

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UNICEF Regional Goodwill Ambassador Mahmoud Kabil visits Domiz refugee camp in northern Iraq

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Mahmoud Kabil visited Domiz refugee camp in northern Iraq

Last month, UNICEF Regional Goodwill Ambassador Mahmoud Kabil visited Domiz refugee camp in northern Iraq, home to some 50,000 refugees from war-torn Syria. This is his account: It’s always a bit heart-breaking meeting people who’ve been displaced by war. Looking back on my time as UNICEF’s Regional Goodwill Ambassador, I have vivid memories of missions […]

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Syria Crisis – Children’s Needs and UNICEF’s Response

               

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Hygiene promotion campaign for displaced children and families in Tartous shelters

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Hygiene promotion campaign in Tartous shelters

Hygiene promotion campaign aims to improve health of thousands of displaced children and families in Tartous shelters by David Youngmeyer. With support from European Commission – Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection (ECHO) UNICEF has kicked off a campaign to reach thousands of displaced children and parents in Tartous with hygiene promotion messages. The campaign is to […]

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Pau Gasol reaches Syrian children in Domiz refugee camp

 by Wendy Bruere (@wjbruere) Tolin, 12, might not have known who NBA player Pau Gasol was before last week, but she has been playing basketball nearly everyday this summer at Domiz refugee camp, where she now lives in northern Iraq.

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Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on the life-threatening situation of women and children in Homs

NEW YORK, 2 August 2013 – “The situation of women and children in the Syrian city of Homs is rapidly deteriorating, with some 400,000 civilians now displaced in the district of Al Waer, living in partially constructed buildings, schools and other public buildings.

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Newsletter 1 August

 

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