UNICEF Syria 2014 Annual Report

   

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Syria Crisis Monthly Humanitarian Highlights & Results/ MAY 2015: SYRIA, JORDAN, LEBANON, IRAQ, TURKEY AND EGYPT

Highlights In Syria, between 17 May a nd 28 May 2015, more than 305,600 children wrote the grade 9 national exam, across 2,310 schools or centers countrywide. In Jordan, through UNICEF partners the Makani-My Space integrated approach, offering alternative education, psychosocial support services and life skills training has been implemented in 145 locations nationwide targeting […]

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Children of Syria: Glimpses of Hope in the Midst of War

Field diary by Yasmine Saker Lattakia/ Tartous, 18 June, 2015 – Dozens of children gathered outside the child friendly space as our car pulled up to Lattakia’s Sports City. Stomping colorful plastic sandals, they impatiently waited their turn to participate in the scheduled recreational activities. It was my first field mission and I didn’t really […]

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Syria Crisis Monthly Humanitarian Situation report, April 2015: Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey and Egypt

Highlights · UNICEF Syria participated this month in inter-agency cross-line convoys which provided humanitarian assistance to hard-to-reach locations delivering health, nutrition, WASH and education supplies to an estimated 125,575 beneficiaries. · In Lebanon, UNICEF supported the enrolment of 67,490 Syrian refugee children and 11,600 vulnerable Lebanese children in formal public schools. · In Iraq, UNICEF, […]

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In Syria, taking school exams across the conflict lines

By: Tomoya Sonoda and Tamara Abu Sham In the past two months, nearly half a million students in Syria attended the national end of year exams to pass ninth and twelfth grades. The exams, administered by the Ministry of Education, took place in over 2,300 schools and facilities all over the war-torn country. In the […]

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Strengthened humanitarian partnership between UNICEF and the European Commission for the children of Syria

NEWS NOTE Damascus, Syria 24/06/15 – The European Commission has contributed an additional 3 million Euro (approximately 3.4 million USD) in humanitarian funding to support UNICEF’s response to address the needs of the deteriorating humanitarian crisis in Syria. Since 2012, the European Commission has been one of UNICEF’s most valued partners having now committed 26.7 […]

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منظمات الأمم المتحدة وشركاؤها: نقص التمويل يعرض اللاجئين السوريين والبلدان المضيفة لفقدان الدعم الحيوي

عمان، 25 يونيو/حزيران 2015: يتسبب نقص التمويل في إعاقة جهود المساعدات الإنسانية والتنموية لتلبية احتياجات 3.9 مليون لاجئ فروا من النزاع في سوريا، فضلاً عن أكثر من 20 مليون شخص في المجتمعات المحلية المتضررة المستضيفة لهم في البلدان المجاورة، وذلك وفقاً لتقرير نشر اليوم. يدعو التقرير أكثر من 200 من الشركاء في “الخطة الإقليمية للاجئين […]

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UN agencies and partners say funding shortage leaves Syrian refugees and host nations without vital support

الخبر باللغة العربية PRESS RELEASE Click here to download report Amman, 25 June 2015: A shortage of funds is hampering humanitarian and development assistance efforts to meet the needs of 3.9 million refugees who have fled the conflict in Syria, as well as more than 20 million people in affected local communities hosting them in […]

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Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report, June 2015/ SYRIA, JORDAN, LEBANON, IRAQ, TURKEY AND EGYPT SITUATION IN

Highlights In Syria, access to humanitarian assistance for children in hard-to-reach areas continues to remain a significant challenge. The UN estimates that up to 2 million children are still not being reached due to deteriorating security, shifting frontlines, capacity limitations and administrative hurdles. The Ministry of Health, UNICEF and WHO completed the 14th national polio […]

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Delivering under fire in north western Syria

By: Yasmine Saker and Tamara Abu Sham. In Idlib, North West of Syria violence continued to escalate over the past weeks. A rocket attack left a UNICEF water tanker damaged with the driver injured and in a state of shock. A few days later armed groups captured the city of Ariha. This did not deter […]

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UNICEF Regional Response Activities 2015 SYRIA CRISIS: (June 2015)

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Syria Crisis Dashboard (June 2015)

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UNICEF Syria Sub-regional Humanitarian SitRep June 2015

Highlights In Syria, access to humanitarian assistance for children in hard-to-reach areas continues to remain a significant challenge. The UN estimates that up to 2 million children are still not being reached due to deteriorating security, shifting frontlines, capacity limitations and administrative hurdles. The Ministry of Health, UNICEF and WHO completed the 14th national polio […]

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UNICEF welcomes latest Kuwait donation for children of Syria

NEW YORK, 12 June 2015 – Millions of Syrian children will benefit from the generous US$45 million donation made by the Government of Kuwait, UNICEF said today. This brings Kuwait’s total donations to UNICEF in just three years to US$134.5 million to support the humanitarian response for Syrian children. “After more than four years of […]

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اليونيسف ترحب بالتبرع الكويتي الجديد لأطفال سوريا

نيويورك، 12/ 6/ 2015 – أفادت اليونيسف اليوم بأن ملايين الأطفال السوريين سيستفيدون من تبرع حكومة دولة الكويت السخي الذي وصلت قيمته إلى 45 مليون دولار. وبهذا تكون قيمة تبرعات حكومة الكويت لليونيسف خلال ثلاث سنوات قد وصلت إلى 134.5 مليون دولار أمريكي لدعم الاستجابة الإنسانية للأطفال السوريين. وفي هذا الصدد تقول نائبة المدير التنفيذي لليونيسف، […]

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