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يوجد 1038 نتيجة

  • During the reporting period, UNHCR implementing partner, Caritas, carried out a distribution in Mafraq in the north of Jordan. The distribution package included blankets, mattresses, school kits, hygiene kits and sanitation kits along with other much needed household items. The number of beneficiaries for this distribution was 45 families, and was part of a three day process reaching out to families, single males, and single females with targeted assistance.
    highlight 12 Mar 2012 (8 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • The number of those at Ramtha Transit facility is approximately 400.The increase in numbers can be attributable to a number of factors including a rise in the numbers of those crossing the border into Jordan illegally (that is those who have exited illegally) due to reported increase in violent unrest in Dara\'a, on the Syrian side of the border. Nonetheless, the number has remained stable.
    highlight 06 Mar 2012 (9 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • There are also concentrations of displaced Syrians residing in other parts of Lebanon. UNHCR’s latest estimates with partners indicate that there are between 3,000-4,500 persons in need in the eastern Lebanon and several hundred in Beirut and areas further south. They are assisted by local NGOs, municipalities, and other partners. UNHCR is contributing to and expanding its efforts to meet humanitarian needs of these communities.
    highlight 05 Mar 2012 (9 years ago)
    Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • The number of displaced Syrians currently registered with UNHCR and the High Relief Commission (HRC) in North Lebanon is 7,058 persons. Most live with host families in the Wadi Khaled area. A few hundred reside in collective shelters. All are being assisted by the HRC, UNCHR and partners.
    highlight 05 Mar 2012 (9 years ago)
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  • On March 4 several hundred persons were reported arriving in the al Qua border area. UNHCR and partners are verifying the situation and undertaking needs assessments. Meanwhile, essential food and non-food items are being sent to the area to provide support.
    highlight 05 Mar 2012 (9 years ago)
    Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • The Government of Japan has confirmed in writing a contribution of USD 1,000,000 to UNHCR for \"Emergency Grant Aid to refugees and IDPs affected by the political instability in the Syrian Arab Republic\". The grant is for a three month period and UNHCR Jordan can expect to receive an earmarked $139,384 for Non-food Item assistance, and $110,616.00 for shelter assistance.
    highlight 04 Mar 2012 (9 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Jordan welcomed the visit of UN Under Secretary General Valerie Amos, who is on a regional tour regarding the Syrian situation. The UNSG met with the Government of Jordan, along with UN agencies who are responding to the current unrest and discussed coordination mechanisms. The UNSG described the current situation as a \"political crisis, with humanitarian implications.
    highlight 28 Feb 2012 (9 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Jordan attended the international \"Friends of Syria\" conference in Tunisia on the unrest in Syria. Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh insisted that the Kingdom does not support foreign military intervention and explained to Jordanian Senators that “Jordan does not interfere in any country’s affairs. It supports Arab consensus on Syria and rejects military intervention in the country.\\\" However the Foreign Minister also stressed that while the Jordanian Ambassador to Syrian remains in Damascus, does not imply that the Kingdom is satisfied with developments on the ground, and rejects the use of violence.
    highlight 25 Feb 2012 (9 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic Turkey / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Lebanon / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Egypt / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees Iraq / Iraq - IDPs / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees