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Multi-sector response to urgent needs and protection concerns in Syria – SYR909

In 2019, the Humanitarian Needs Overview estimates that 11.7 million people are in humanitarian need in Syria. 5 million people are in acute need, facing life-threatening needs and more severe forms of deprivation in terms of their security, basic rights and living conditions. 5 million in need are children. Coping mechanism, such as child labour -preventing school attendance- and early marriage were identified in 80% and 45% of assessed communities respectively. Over 800,000 people are living in internally displaced persons (IDP) sites, 25% do not receive sufficient shelter and NFI assistance, and 34% do not receive sufficient food assistance. Shelter and WASH needs have increased from 2017 – 4.3 to 4.7 million, and 12.1 to 15.5 million respectively. Displaced women and girls, specifically those living in camps, shelters and informal settlements are particularly at risk. With recently regained territory, an estimated 65% of the population in need is now in GoS controlled areas where access is difficult.

Objectives:

Overall Objective: To reduce the impact of conflict and displacement on vulnerable women, men, girls, and boys in Syria.

Specific Objective: To address emergency, protection, and winterization needs of vulnerable populations in Syria through coordinated, integrated support.

Results and Activities

ER 1: Vulnerable women, men, girls, and boys receive support to address immediate needs.

  • Conduct rapid needs assessments in target areas
  • Strengthen local partners' capacity to effectively respond to humanitarian needs
  • Coordinate with other response actors
  • Conduct market assessment to determine transfer modalities in targeted locations
  • Distribute in-kind, voucher and cash support (including RTE, HK, FB, cash, and shelter kits)
  • Provide access to safe and sufficient water through water trucking and conduct hygiene promotion
  • Distribute winterisation support
  • Develop Gender Action Plans for interventions in each hub including gender and protection checklist


ER 2: Most at risk women, men, girls and boys have improved information on and access to specialized protection services

  • Undertake protection monitoring and regularly share reports with protection cluster
  • Provide outreach awareness sessions to individuals and protection outreach committees
  • Provide PSS activities for vulnerable women, men, girls and boys
  • Provide individuals with case management services
  • Provide Protection and gender mainstreaming training including PSEA, CS and GAP to CARE partner staff, ECHO partner staff, and CARE focal points
  • Develop Gender Action Plans for interventions in each hub including gender and protection checklist

Beneficiaries

65.200 individuals as well as 15 organisations.

Budget

€ 3.070.000

Duration

01.03.2019 - 28.2.2020

Donors