Humanitarian Compendium


Syrian Arab Republic

Total Requested:
$119,804,010
Total Funded:
$0
Percentage Funded:
0%

Civilians continue to bear the brunt of a conflict entering its sixth year and marked by unparalleled suffering, destruction and disregard for human life. Some 13.5 million people require humanitarian assistance, including 4.9 million people trapped and experiencing unprecedented protection threats in besieged or hard-to-reach areas. Food insecurity is affecting over 7 million people and contamination from explosive hazards continues to undermine human security. Over half of the population has been forced from their homes, including 6.3 million IDPs and 4.8 million refugees, and many people have been displaced multiple times. Children and youth, millions of whom have never known peace, including 1.75 million out-of-school children, comprise more than half of the displaced population and half of those who need humanitarian assistance. Parties to the conflict continue to violate international humanitarian and human rights law. In 2016, humanitarian actors adopted the Whole of Syria approach to extend a lifeline to millions of people. Food assistance was provided for up to 6 million people per month; over 4 million people were provided with essential household items; over 10 million underwent medical procedures and more than 7 million were treated; over 8 million benefited from WASH services; and over 1 million children had access to education. In 2017, protection and humanitarian needs are expected to grow significantly if hostilities continue. Further displacement and worsening socio-economic conditions are likely to impede improvements in social infrastructure and livelihood opportunities. In this climate, millions of families will continue to depend on humanitarian relief to meet their basic needs. In 2017, delivery of multi-sector humanitarian assistance will be guided by improved analysis of both needs severity by geographic location and protection risks.

Inside Syria, IOM will respond to the needs and vulnerabilities of IDPs, returnees, host communities, and other affected populations as identified through the Needs and Population Monitoring project (NPM) and IOM field teams operating in all 14 governorates. IOM will target the following sectors: shelter, CCCM, non-food items, emergency health services, WASH, psychosocial and protection services, livelihoods and social cohesion, logistics (support to common warehousing and transportation services) and coordination (NPM).

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Achievements
Total Requested:
$119,804,010
Total Funded:
$0
Percentage Funded:
0%
Projects

Early Recovery

  • W - Livelihood Security and Community Economic Stabilization
    Amount Requested: USD 16,349,600 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Provide livelihood opportunities and small business development help to strengthen community resilience and support the restoration of positive coping capacity.
    Beneficiaries:
    41,150 IDPs (13,717), returnees (13,717), and host communities (13,716), including 20,575 women and 20,575 men, of whom 12,345 children and 1,235 elderly
  • W. Support to humanitarian agencies and systems through the establishment of humanitarian training centers, operation of the Displacement Tracking and Monitoring (DTM) system and PSEA coordination in Northern Syria (WoS Project- Damascus and Gaziantep hub
    Amount Requested: USD 7,030,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Provide partners with the tools to provide enhanced humanitarian response through the provision of PSEA coordination, the establishment of training center and the operation of the DTM too. These actions contribute to saving lives, the protection of civilians, reduction of suffering and building resilience by improving the overall effectiveness of the Syria Response through the provision of regularly updated information/data to better inform humanitarian response, raising of standards related to PSEA and the capacity building of NGO partners. The DTM tool contributes towards SO1: Provide effective coordination support at hub and WoS levels, facilitating a timely and evidence-based response informed by enhanced needs assessment and inf0101ation management with a focus on strengthening the response capacity of national humanitarian actors.
    Beneficiaries:
    13,479,992 IDPs (5,164,237), returnees (532,790) and host communities (541,124), including 7,057,631 women and 6,417,561 men

Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Y- Multi-sector support to IDPs sheltering in tented settlements and collective centers (Gaziantep)
    Amount Requested: USD 9,421,710 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Enhance lifesaving multi-sector support to displaced populations sheltering in tented settlements and collective centers in Northern Syria. This project will contribute to SO1: Provide coordinated life-saving multi-sectorial assistance to people living in IDP sites, SO3: Improve the physical quality in and accountability of IDP sites and SO4: Strengthen household and communal coping mechanisms in IDP sites.
    Beneficiaries:
    85,380 IDPs (85,200) and implementing partners (180)

Water,Sanitatin and Hygiene

  • X - Supporting WASH services to Displaced and Affected Families in Syria (Damascus)
    Amount Requested: USD 5,568,570 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Contribute to SO1: Sustainable Water and sanitation systems are maintained and/or restored to improve public health. Through the provision of emergency hygiene kits and WASH services to vulnerable, new displaced and conflict affected individuals, Contribute to SO2: Most vulnerable groups receive life-saving assistance and livelihood support to reduce WASH-related morbidity.
    Beneficiaries:
    850000 IDPs (283,334), returnees (28,333), host communities (28,333), including 425,000 women and 425,000 men, of whom 255,000 children and 25,500 elderly
  • W - Protection actions for most affected communities inside Syria (Whole of Syria- Damascus and Gaziantep)
    Amount Requested: USD 8,550,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Increase protection of populations at risk of the consequences of conflict by providing tailored protection activities to prevent, respond to and advocate against rights violations. 
    Beneficiaries:
    54,140 IDPs (17,568), migrants (900), returnees (17,566), host communities (17,566), and 540 partners.

Health

  • W- Provision of Emergency Health Care to Displaced and Affected Populations (WoS- Damascus and Gaziantep)
    Amount Requested: USD 4,171,630 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving and life-sustaining humanitarian health assistance with an emphasis on those most at risk and in need. Inside Syria, IOM provides mobility equipment (prosthetics, wheelchairs. crutches) and care to improve access to basic services and livelihoods (SO3).
    Beneficiaries:
    152,770 IDPs (50,858), returnees (50,856), host communities (50,856), and 200 local NGOs and partners

Logistics

  • W- Logistical Support to humanitarian partners through the provision of common warehousing and transportation (Whole of Syria Amman and Gaziantep)
    Amount Requested: USD 4,270,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Provide logistics services (inclusive of surface transportation, transshipment, contingency fuel stock, emergency air transport and warehousing) to humanitarian organizations responding to the Syria crisis, IOM's Logistics Sector projects contribute to the overall sector objectives through the operation and maintenance of a common humanitarian warehouse in Gaziantep, and common humanitarian cargo transportation from Amman.
    Beneficiaries:
    30 UN and INGO/NGO partners

Shelter and Non-food items

  • W- NFI and Shelter support to affected populations inside Syria (WoS- Damascus, Gaziantep and Amman)
    Amount Requested: USD 64,442,500 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving and life-sustaining shelter and NFI support and SO2: Contribute towards the resilience and cohesion of communities and households by improving housing, and related community/public services, infrastructures, and facilities. IOM cross border and cross line teams have provided emergency NFI since the beginning of the crisis and since 2014 have implemented infrastructure repair and rehabilitation projects in communities throughout Syria.
    Beneficiaries:
    1,058,685 IDPs (1,036,815), returnees (21,400), and 470 local partners
Total Requested:
$119,804,010
Total Funded:
$0
Percentage Funded:
0%
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