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WELCOME MA 33 10.30 A.M 19 th of November, 2014
WELCOME
MA 33
10.30 A.M
19 th of November, 2014

Internal Conflict of Syria

In early 2011 peaceful demonstrations took place with political activists demanding greater freedom for the people of Syria.

The Syrian Government reacted with violent crackdowns on Syrian civilians.

Since then retaliations have been going on between both sides the Government and the Opposition (Free Syrian Army); leading to full blown civil war.

In early 2011 peaceful demonstrations took place with political activists demanding greater freedom for the people
Casualties of Syrian Civil War 190,000 Dead 6.5 Million people are internally dispersed
Casualties of Syrian Civil War
190,000 Dead
6.5 Million people are internally dispersed
• More than 8 million people are currently affected by the violence, and rising. • 4.25
• More than 8 million people are currently affected by the violence, and
rising.
• 4.25 million have fled their homes and are now internally displaced.
• 2 million people have become refugees, and have fled to neighbouring
countries; Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Turkey and Egypt.
• UNICEF estimate 75% of the refugees are women and children. (September
2013)

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What are the refugees’ greatest needs • Food • Clothing • Basic household and hygienic items
What are the refugees’ greatest needs
• Food
• Clothing
• Basic household and hygienic items
• Clean water sanitary facilities
• Other Needs:
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Protection
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Mental well-being (famil
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Social well-being (education, rehabilitation)
What Risks do Children Face Malnutrition. Diseases related to poor sanitation. (Diarrheal diseases & Dehydration) Lack
What Risks do Children Face
Malnutrition.
Diseases related to poor sanitation. (Diarrheal diseases & Dehydration)
Lack of adequate immunization and other necessary medicines.
( Measles and Polio )
Children being vulnerable to sexual abuse and exploitation.
Children below 13 confronting marriages without their consent
Focus Areas on NGO and UNICEF - WASH; Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Immunisation and Health
Focus Areas on NGO and UNICEF
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WASH; Water Sanitation and Hygiene
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Immunisation and Health
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Education and Psychosocial Support
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Nutrition
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Child Protection

Education of Refugee Children

• War’s Effects on Education Schools destroyed Schools being refugee camps Lack of teachers Insecurity •
• War’s Effects on Education
Schools destroyed
Schools being refugee camps
Lack of teachers
Insecurity
• Remedy : Using Schools in Lebanon
Problems:
Language barriers
overcrowding due to high enrollment
Difficulties in transportation
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