The Syria Crisis remains the largest displacement crisis in the world, with over 5.6 million registered refugees and over six million people displaced within Syria.
The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) offers a strategic, coordination, planning, advocacy, and programming platform for humanitarian and development partners to respond to the Syria crisis at the regional level and in host countries.
It comprises one regional plan, with standalone country chapters covering Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq. While strategy, planning and programming are country-led processes, regional coherence is pursued to ensure consistency in response planning and implementation, to promote common tools, standards and innovation, and to enhance advocacy efforts at global and regional levels.
About the Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP)
registered Syrian refugees as of December 2019
projected registered Syrian refugees by December 2020
estimated total number of Syrians as of December 2019
directly targeted members of impacted communities in 2020
In support of host countries in the region, 3RP partners will seek to contribute to the achievement of four regional strategic directions for the benefit of refugees and host communities. Through all efforts, 3RP partners will seek to promote resilience for all, guided by the principle that ‘no one is left behind’.
3RP SECTOR FUNDING
USD 390 m received
USD 707 m required
USD 554 m received
USD 805 m required
USD 435 m received
USD 816 m required
USD 250 m received
USD 368 m required
USD 931 m received
USD 1.5 b required
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USD 105 m required
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USD 260 m received
USD 578 m required