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2014 Syria Regional Response Plan: Turkey – Mid-Year Update 12 juillet 2014

Posted by Acturca in Middle East / Moyen Orient, Turkey / Turquie.
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UN High Commissioner for Refugees

July 2014

As of 1 June, Turkey hosted over 765,000 refugees from Syria. It represents 27 per cent of the Syrian refugees in the region. About 49 per cent of the population is females and 51 per cent males, while 18 per cent of the overall population is children under five.

The Government of Turkey leads the refugee response and extends Temporary Protection to all Syrians in Turkey. Refugees residing in camps are provided with food, shelter, education, basic services and medical assistance by the Government, supported by humanitarian partners. More than 540,000 Syrian refugees – 70 per cent of Turkey’s total Syrian refugee population – live outside of camps. Significant efforts are being made at local levels to address the needs of the growing urban refugee population. Registration is still ongoing in many urban centres across the country and the number of Syrian refugees is likely to continue to increase.

Six sector working groups are responding to the needs of the affected population. The plan is a collaborative effort between the Government of Turkey, seven UN agencies and IOM, as well as refugees and host communities, under the overall leadership of the Government of Turkey and UNHCR, and in close coordination with the donor community.

This update presents, for each sector, progress to date along with the revised needs, financial requirements and response indicators which have been updated following the mid-year review.

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