Tag: Syrian Refugees

March 1, 2019

Even with the Subsiding Conflict, P...

UNICEF, the UN and partners have massively scaled up services and assistance in Al-Hol camp. But critical gaps remain in shelter, water and sanitation and health sectors

February 19, 2019

Fun Bus For Refugee Children in Bei...

Fun Bus” is a UNHCR and EU funded initiative implemented by the Makhzoumi Foundation, a Lebanese NGO, and aims at reducing the working hours of street children in Lebanon – most of whom are Syrian refugees

February 8, 2019

Who Controls What in Syria?

Controlling Areas by Various Groups in Syria

January 22, 2019

Harsh Winter Forces Refugees to Liv...

Storm Miriam hit Lebanon on 16 January, less than one week after Storm Norma. Refugees in Arsal, northeast Lebanon, close to the border of Syria, were still clearing snow from the first storm when the second hit

January 14, 2019

Focus on Refugees: Syrian Refugee P...

Anass Mousa worked for 15 years as a printer in Syria before war turned him into a refugee. He landed in Croatia, finding a job with the country’s oldest printing house and helping the company face a severe labour shortage

January 12, 2019

Refugee Children Effected by Storm ...

Heavy rain, strong wind, snow and cold temperature led to floods, loss and destruction of assets and displacements in many regions, especially affecting coastal and mountain areas

January 11, 2019

Severe Weather conditions Have Affe...

The heavy rains of Storm Norma left their mark. Over 360 informal settlements were affected. Over 60 tents have been damaged in the Dalhamiya settlement alone

Who Controls Idlib?

HTS is the strongest jihadist group in the province. Hurras al-Deen is an offshoot branch of HTS with links to al-Qaida and the Turkistan Islamic Party, which is made up mostly of Chinese Uighur militants

January 8, 2019

UNHCR Provides Emergency Aid to Syr...

In Lebanon, life is a daily struggle for more than a million Syrian refugees, who have little or no financial resources. Around 70 percent live below the poverty line. There are no formal refugee camps and, as a result, Syrians are scattered throughout more than 2,100 urban and rural communities and location

December 24, 2018

For Widad Alghamian Vienna Looks Li...

Widad’s family is among thousands of refugees making Vienna their home, and the city is helping to welcome them

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