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Updated (26.03.2014)

The Syria conflict is now over two years old. As the situation inside the country deteriorates, Syrians are being displaced multiple times – first inside Syria and then within refugee hosting countries. NRC provide shelter, education, water & sanitation and legal assistance to 700 000 Syrian refugees in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq.

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U.S. Senate Hearing:
International community failing Syrian civilians (26 Mar)

Jordan/Zaatari:
You have fled Syria: this is your new home (19 Mar)
Lebanon:
Hundreds of Thousands of Syrians are Out of School (14 Mar)

Jordan/Zaatari:
Education gives hope for the future (14 Mar)

 
 
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Click here to see Picture Gallery from Iraq's Domiz camp. Photographed by NRCs Roving Media Advisor, Christian Jepsen, and featured on "The Guardian - Global Development".
LEBANON

Total beneficiaries (of Syrian response) assisted: 150 000 

Total Funding 2013:
26 million USD

Donors: DFID, ECHO, EU NMFA, SIDA, UNHCR, UNICEF 

NRC is the main provider of shelter to refugees arriving from Syria. NRC shelter activities include upgrading and repairing existing homes and buildings and weatherproo?ng un?nished houses to help Lebanese communities hosting refugees to accommodate more Syrian families. READ MORE
JORDAN 

Total beneficiaries assisted: 300 000
Total funding: 33.8 million USD

Donors: Sida, ECHO, NMFA, UNICEF, UNHCR, BPRM, DFID. 

Working closely with UNHCR, NRC in a leading aid agency in the large Zaatari camp in northern Jordan, estimated to be home to more than 96,000 Syrian refugees. NRC has provided assistance to more than 300,000 newly arrived refugees, including by managing the safe distribution of mattresses, blankets and other basic household items. READ MORE
IRAQ

Total beneficiaries assisted: 
30 000 

Total Funding: 
9 million USD

Donors: OCHA, NMFA, SIDA, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNWOMEN 

NRC is providing clean drinking water and sanitation facilities, as well as hygiene promotion activities to more than 20,000 Syrian refugees living in camps. In partnership with UNHRC, NRC supported more than 750 vulnerable families. READ MORE
   
NRC STUDY 
NRC Consequences of Limited Legal Status for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon (Part 2 - April 2013)
NRC STUDY
Limited legal status for Syrian refugees in Lebanon (Part 1 - Des 2013)
NRC STUDY:
NRC_Birth Registration
Update
 (January 2014)
REPORT:
Marginalized and frustrated Syrian refugee youths need better opportunities (4 July 2013)
REPORT:
Failing Syrian Refugees in Iraq’s Kurdish Region: International actors can do more (26 June 2013)
REPORT:
Shelter, Water and Sanitation Conditions, Domiz Camp, Iraq
(18 April 2013)
REPORT
Protection Threats in Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq
(15 March 2013) 
 NORCAP has provided substantial support to UN operations in Syria’s neighboring. Currently, 45 NORCAP experts are deployed to programs in Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq and Turkey READ MORE
     
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 JORDAN


 IRAQ


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NRC SYRIA RESPONSE:

Media Advisers:

Christian Jepsen

(christian.jepsen@nrc.no)

Tiril Skarstein (tiril.skarstein@nrc.no)

NRC Opreations:

Sr.Regional Adviser – Middle East:
Bendik Sørvig (bendik.sorvig@nrc.no)

Regional Adviser – Middle East: 
Kristian Boysen (kristian.boysen@nrc.no)