Independent monitoring reports UNICEF cash assistance having significant impact on the well-being of Syrian refugee children in Jordan

  AMMAN, Jordan, 29 February 2016 – “The child money, for me, is like I’ve been in the desert and I’m so thirsty, and someone gave me a cup of water,” says Abu Yousef (name changed), a Syrian refugee father of six living in an urban centre in Jordan. The ‘child money’ is an unconditional […]

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Syria Crisis January 2016 Humanitarian Highlights & Results January 2016

 

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UNICEF delivers urgent aid to besieged communities in the Syrian Arab Republic

By Rafik ElOuerchefani Families in towns like Moadamiyeh and Kafr Batna have been in urgent need of aid. During the month of February, UNICEF and its partners have been able to reach 100,000 people in besieged communities. But so many more require assistance. Here, we join the most recent mission to Moadamiyeh. MOADAMIYEH, Syrian Arab […]

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Inter-agency convoys reaches long besieged Kafr Batna town in East Ghouta – Syria

23 February 2016, Kafr Batna     39,000 people including almost 17,000 children live under siege in Kafr Batna town in east Ghouta in Rural Damascus. Yesterday (23 February), UNICEF teams took part in the inter-agency convoy delivering the much needed health and nutrition support. UNICEF delivered enhanced health and nutrition packages to Kafr Batna for 20,000 […]

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تصريح صحفي من مدير اليونيسف التنفيذي انتوني ليك عن اتفاقية وقف اطلاق النار في سوريا

نيو يورك، 22 شباط/ فبراير: بالنسبة لأطفال سوريا، فان الاتفاقية التي ابرمت اليوم عن شروط وقف اطلاق النار هي خبر سار بعد خمس اعوام من النزاع الشديد القساوة. ترحب اليونيسف بهذا التقدم من الناحية الدبلوماسية. والآن هو الوقت لملائمة هذا بخطوات فعلية. خطوات فعلية من اجل وقف العنف والدمار. خطوات فعلية على كافة اطراف النزاع […]

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Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement in Syria

New York, February 22: For Syria’s children, today’s agreement on the terms of a cessation of hostilities is welcome news after five years of brutal conflict.  UNICEF welcomes this diplomatic progress.  Now it must be matched by action.  Action to end the violence and destruction.  Action by all parties to the conflict to permit unlimited […]

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UNICEF Briefing Note On delivery of urgent humanitarian aid to children in Syria

Geneva ,19 February 2016- UNICEF brought much needed aid and assistance on Wednesday as part of UN joint convoys to five besieged communities in Syria. Of the 82,000 people reached by the UN and partners, approximately 37,000 were children. The aid reached the towns of Madaya, Foah and Kfreya, Moademiyeh, and Zabadani. UNICEF delivered nutritional […]

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منسوب الى انتوني ليك مدير اليونيسف التنفيذي عن ضربات على الأطفال في مستشفيات في سوريا

نيو يورك،  15 شباط/ فيراير 2016-  تعبر اليونيسف عن هلعها من تقارير عن هجمات على اربع مرافق صحية في سوريا– من بينها اثنان تقوم اليونيسف بدعمها. احداها هو مستشفى للأمومة والطفولة حيث وردت تقارير عن مقتل اطفال واخلاء اخرين من المشفى. هذا وقد حدثت اثنتين من الهجمات في اعزاز في حلب بالاضافة الى اثنتين في […]

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Statement by the Executive Director of UNICEF, Anthony Lake on Strikes against children in a hospital in Syria

NEW YORK, 15 February, 2016 – We at UNICEF are appalled by reports of attacks against four medical facilities in Syria – two of which were supported by UNICEF. One is a child and maternal hospital where children were reportedly killed and scores evacuated. Two of the strikes occurred at Azaz in Aleppo and another […]

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NO LOST GENERATION 2015 SYRIA CRISIS UPDATE

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Syria Flash Update – February 2016

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Amid winter in Syria, warmth puts smiles on children’s faces

By Basma Ourfali Aleppo, 1 February 2016 – In the cold city of Aleppo, four-year-old Esraa and her three-year-old brother Waleed are chasing the shy sunny spots outside their shelter to escape the cold inside.  Another harsh winter has stormed Syria.  An estimated 2.8 million children are displaced inside Syria fleeing the conflict. Many live […]

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#NoLostGeneration, 1 story at a time: Voices from an Egyptian preschool

There are 40,000 school-aged Syrian refugee children in Egypt – part of a generation under threat due to the Syria conflict. Education is their route to a better future for themselves and their homeland. More information: www.nolostgeneration.org

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#NoLostGeneration, 1 story at a time: Ahmed and his instrument of hope

Ahmed is one of some 64,000 school-aged Syrian refugee children now living in Iraq. UNICEF and its partners are doing everything possible to provide these children with an education and prevent the loss of a generation. More info: www.childrenofsyria.info www.nolostgeneration.org

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#NoLostGeneration, 1 story at a time: Saja lost her leg but not her ambition

12 year-old Saja is a symbol of courage amid Syria’s brutal conflict. She has lost many of her friends – and was seriously injured herself. But her determination to get an education is as strong as ever. The #ChildrenofSyria need our help. More information: www.nolostgeneration.org

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