REGIONAL STRATEGIC OVERVIEW
2021-2022

The Syria crisis will soon mark its tenth anniversary and remains, by some distance, the largest refugee crisis in the world. Today, the five main refugee hosting countries – Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt – continue to generously host over 5.5 million refugees, while also contending with increasing needs among host communities and larger swathes of their population due to the multiple, overlapping crises.

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ABOUT THE 3RP

What is the 3RP (Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan), how does it work, who is involved, and why is it needed?

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KEY SELECTED TARGETS FOR
2021-2022

An excerpt of the Key Selected Targets per country for 2021-2022. The full list can be found within the document of the Regional Strategic Overview 2021-2022.

TURKEY
707,220
individuals are reached through information campaigns and awareness-raising on rights, entitlements, services and assistance
1,143,200
MHPSS consultations are provided in (supported) refugee health centers and host community clinics (sex and age disaggregated reporting)
139
national and local institutions are supported to promote social cohesion
4,830
individuals in national and local institutions are trained to support refugees and host community members with special needs
32,470
refugees and host community members are completed with trainings (e.g. technical vocational skills training, which can include language / soft skills provided as part of employability package)
16,031
SMEs and businesses are supported through business management trainings, financial / non-financial services or technology transfer
834,500
refugee children are supported with distance learning
LEBANON
315,385
families of Syrian refugees, Lebanese and Palestine Refugees from Syria are reached with regular cash transfers
512,500
children and youth whose registration fees for public education are partially covered or fully subsidized
1,118,200
individuals are assisted with improved access to adequate quantity of safe water for drinking and domestic use
234,848
individuals receive financial support for improved access to hospital care among targeted population
67,501
vulnerable persons are employed through public infrastructure and environmental assets improvement
100,000
individuals benefit from counselling, legal assistance and legal representation regarding civil registration including birth registration, marriage, divorce and death
165
municipalities and local actors having improved capacities for dialogue and conflict prevention
JORDAN
70,000
Syrian refugees are issued with work permits
50,000
Syrian refugees working in the private sector and registered in national security system are supported with enrolments in social security
550
officially established and registered Home Based Businesses by Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) or municipalities under the purview of Ministry of Local Administration (MOLA), are owned by Syrians.
172,234
Persons with Disabilities, Older persons at risk, and Other Vulnerable Persons are assisted through Referral Systems, Targeted Assistance, and Outreach
41,000
households assisted with regular monthly cash assistance and 50,000 households assisted through COVID emergency cash assistance (3 months)
IRAQ
2,000
Syrian refugees submitted for resettlement or other complementary pathways to third countries
5,620
girls and boys at risk supported with child protection specialized services
4,550
girls, boys, women and men receive SGBV case management services
72,000
refugees residing inside camps receiving food assistance
126
public PHC facilities supported with material assistance
40
infrastructure projects (roads, electricity, public buildings etc.) improved and maintained inside refugee camps
18,000
refugee households receive Multi-Purpose Cash Assistance (cash grants)
16,480
people accessing water through an improved water network
8
government institutions receive support to enhance their training capacity (physical, coverage or knowledge transfer)
EGYPT
283
separated and unaccompanied children are supported with financial assistance
12,000
households with approximately 2,500 students have increased access to primary and secondary education through provision of education grant
2,500
GBV survivors are supported with comprehensive multi-sectoral response, including case management and other needed services
8,508
protection cases of 35,054 refugees are provided with cash assistance as protection tool and enable to pay rent and essential basic needs and access to social services
150,000
refugees and 20,000 workers and returnees from host communities receive unconditional food
IMPLEMENTING
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We thank the partners of the Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan / 3RP, whose work and commitment form the cornerstone of the 3RP.

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