No Lost Generation: Strategic Overview

Secretary-General supports Children of Syria as No Lost Generation initiative launched

PRESS RELEASE #childrenofsyria #NOlostgeneration NEW YORK, 7 January 2014 — The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon today added his support to a campaign led by UNICEF, UNHCR, Save the Children and UNICEF that calls for Champions for the Children of Syria as part of the new No Lost Generation strategy. “Many, many children […]

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No lost generation – we must act now

As the Syrian crisis rages on, approaching its fourth year, an entire generation of children is being shaped by violence, displacement and a persistent lack of opportunity – and could be lost forever, with profound long-term consequences for the Syrian Arab Republic, the region and beyond. We must act now, urgently, to champion the #ChildrenofSyria […]

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Global champions and $1 billion investment needed to prevent a lost generation of Syrian children

Press Release الخبر باللغة العربية تحميل التقرير باللغة العربية NEW YORK, 7 January 2014 — UNICEF, UNHCR, Save the Children, World Vision and other partners today called for governments, aid agencies and members of the public to become champions for the children of Syria and support the “No Lost Generation” strategy, which aims to provide […]

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Syria Crisis Situation Report 12th December 2013

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Syria Crisis: UNICEF key response activities

Education Formal and non-formal education. Remedial / catch up classes. Psychosocial support through schools. Teacher training. Teaching and learning materials. Safe and protective learning spaces.   Download: Child protection Psycho-social support through child-friendly and adolescent friendly spaces. Recreational activities, sports, cultural activities and life skills. Psychosocial support through training, community based activities and mobile child friendly spaces. Education campaigns on dangers of […]

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Humanitarian Bulletin Syria – OCHA – Issue 45 / 13 March– 26 March 2014

HIGHLIGHTS Convoy & mission to Aleppo Aid reaches challenging areas New crossing point enables dispatch to Al-Hasakeh New displacement in Lattakia Increase in SGBV reports Vulnerable migrants Overview of coordinated response        Download Syria Humanitarian Bulletin

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Syria Crisis Situation Report 28th November 2013

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WATCH: Yoka Brandt – Deputy Executive Director and Ted Chaiban – Director of Emergency Programmes on the humanitarian crisis in Syria.

VIDEO INTERVIEW Yoka Brandt – Deputy Executive Director and Ted Chaiban – Director of Emergency Programmes respond questions related to the humanitarian crisis in Syria. After 10, Seoul, Korea.

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WATCH: UNICEF director warns of ‘losing’ a generation of #childrenofsyria

VIDEO INTERVIEW Link to the interview on Al-Arabiya 

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Syrian refugee children speak out

Syrian children discuss escaping the violence in the Syrian Arab Republic and their current situation in Lebanon as refugees.

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Fatima

Fatima, a ten year old Syrian girl, talks about her life as a refugee in Jordan.

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WATCH: Our Executive Director, Anthony Lake on BBC

VIDEO INTERVIEW ‘We must stop the carnage for #childrenofsyria. Enough!’ uni.cf/18gjwuA #Syria

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Return to learning vital for children amid Syria crisis

Funding desperately needed to increase learning opportunities for children  Press Release AMMAN, 6 September 2013-Since last school year, almost two million Syrian children have dropped out of school, nearly 40 per cent of all pupils registered in grades 1 to 9. One million Syrian children are now refugees and helping them back to school is […]

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UNICEF Continues Massive Humanitarian Operation for Syria’s Children

Press release   AMMAN, 4 September 2013- Amidst heightened tensions across the region and as the number of Syria’s refugees rises beyond 2 million – half of them children – UNICEF continues to provide urgent life-saving supplies to children inside Syria and in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt.

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One child, one of one million

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