The Basic Needs Sector seeks to address the immediate needs of persons of concern and to formulate a strategy to increase their resilience. Assistance is provided to socio-economically vulnerable households, enabling them to meet basic needs without increasing negative coping mechanisms, both year-round as well as during extraordinary circumstances. Basic assistance includes multi-purpose cash-based interventions as well as in-kind assistance of shelter, WASH and core relief items for refugees living in camps and refugees in communities where cash schemes cannot be implemented due to operational or market constraints.
Turkey: TRC / IFRC - Deepening Poverty and Debt | Socioeconomic Impacts for Refugees in Turkey One Year on from COVID-19- Findings from the Emergency Social Safety Net (ESSN) Post-Distribution Monitor...
Publish date: 16 December 2021 (1 year ago)
Create date: 16 December 2021 (1 year ago)