|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 51)|
|18 June 2013|
UNRWA continues to deliver essential services and emergency assistance in a challenging environment characterized by unpredictable and repeated displacement of refugees, damage to UNRWA facilities and detention of staff in Syria. The Agency now requires a total of USD 199.4 million to respond to growing needs in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. USD 150 million of this figure will be used to provide urgent humanitarian assistance inside Syria
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 50)|
|10 June 2013|
UNRWA launched its Syria Regional Crisis Response this week, alongside the launch of the UN-wide Syria Humanitarian Assistance Response Plan. The new appeal emphasises the particular vulnerability of the Palestine refugee population in Syria and neighbouring countries
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 49)|
|04 June 2013|
Nearby conflict and displacement of refugees continue to threaten an already vulnerable population, and UNRWA has now provided cash assistance to more than 215,000 refugees in 2013.The Agency provides food, cash and NFIs, in addition to maintaining regular education, health and social services.
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 48)|
|26 May 2013|
This week UNRWA Commissioner General Filippo Grandi visited Syria to witness the impact of conflict and displacement on Palestine refugees within Syria. UNRWA continues to respond to the needs of Palestine refugees in Syria, as well as those who have fled to Lebanon and Jordan, providing food, cash and NFIs, in addition to maintaining regular education
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 47)|
|19 May 2013|
UNRWA continues to respond to the needs of Palestine refugees in Syria, distributing 1.1bn Syrian Pounds of cash assistance to 401,000 beneficiaries. The Agency operates in an increasingly challenging operational environment where armed conflict and threats to the lives and safety of UNRWA staff and refugees are commonplace. The number of refugees who have fled Syria to neighbouring Lebanon and Jordan also continues to rise.
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 46)|
|12 May 2013|
UNRWA continues to respond to the needs of over 400,000 refugees in Syria, over half of whom have been displaced inside Syria by increasing levels of armed conflict in and around refugee camps in Damascus
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 45)|
|06 May 2013|
As a direct result of increasing armed conflict affecting refugee camps, there are now approximately 235,000 internally displace Palestine refugees in Syria. The number of refugees having fled Syria to neighbouring Lebanon and Jordan also continues to rise. The number of Palestine refugees from Syria entering Lebanon and Jordan is now over 50,000 and 6,000 respectively.
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 44)|
|27 April 2013|
Palestine refugees in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan face increasing humanitarian needs due to growing vulnerability and displacement from areas of armed conflict. Approximately 200,000 refugees are now internally displaced in Syria, 90 per cent of whom have been compelled to flee their homes in Damascus,
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 43)|
|20 April 2013|
Humanitarian needs continue to increase across Syria, with armed conflict occurring in and around Palestine refugee camps. Palestine refugees remain a particularly vulnerable group increasingly exposed to conflict-related death,
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 42)|
|14 April 2013|
The humanitarian situation in Syria remains dire and continues to deteriorate, particularly in the areas of Damascus/Rif Damascus, Aleppo and Dera’a. Armed conflict has resulted in a rising death toll, displacement and compounded humanitarian needs. Palestine refugees remain a particularly vulnerable group as external flight options are limited and hostilities frequently spill over into refugee camps.
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