July Statistical Dashboard - Stories from Syrian Refugees - UNHCR

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July Statistical Dashboard The monthly dashboard summarizes the progress made by partners involved in the Lebanon Crisis Response and highlights trends affecting people in need. Partners in Lebanon are working to: 1) ensure humanitarian assistance and protection for the most vulnerable among the displaced from Syria and poorest Lebanese; 2) strengthen the capacity of national and local delivery systems to expand access to and quality of basic services; and 3) reinforce Lebanon’s economic, social, institutional and environmental stability.

2016 Planning Figures

$726 million received* of $ 2.48 billion needed

5.9 million

*as of 31 May 2016 (millions US$)

Estimated population living in Lebanon

3.3 million People in need

1.5 million

Displaced Syrians

300,000

Palestinians (PRS and PRL)

251 Most Vulnerable Cadastrals

Food Security Energy & Water Education Basic Assistance Health Livelihoods Shelter Social Stability Protection Child Protection SGBV

198

$474

65 151 101 57 $143 12 $139 43 $119 7 $99 36 32 $48 4 $32

Basic Assistance

$391 $388 $357 $291 Received Required

reached / target

# of refugee households profiled

61,558 / 136,000

# of Syrian households receiving multi-purpose cash transfers (every month)

49,865 / 124,800

# of Palestinian refugee households receiving multi-purpose cash transfers (every month)

10,509 / 11,200

Minimum Expenditure Basket (MEB)1

114 $/capita/month

Survival Minimum Expenditure Basket (SMEB)1

87 $/capita/month

Syrian refugee households living on less than MEB

70%

Syrian refugee households living on less than SMEB

52%

9

Total USD amount distributed in multi-purpose cash (Syr & Pal)

$56.0 m / $183 million

# of households assisted with core relief items

65,306 / 65,000 100%

0%

Education

reached / target

# of children (3 - 5 years) enrolled in formal or non-formal Early Childhood Education

0 / 51,400

# of targeted children (5 – 17 years) enrolled in formal education (primary or secondary) # of targeted children (5 – 17 years) enrolled in non-formal education and life-skills

154,021* / 202,808 37,851 / 132,600 100%

0% * This data includes children in kindergarten

Energy & Water

reached / target

# of people with sufficient safe water supply at an adequate level of service

  355,841 /  2,084,494

# people who have experienced a behaviour change session and related activity

194,554 / 863,296 100%

0%

Food Security

reached / target

# of vulnerable people reached with food assistance (every month, various modalities)

# of farmers with enhanced farming production # of people supported for employment in the agriculture sector # of people supported for improved nutritional practices

829,430 / 934,320

477,034

10,950

School aged Palestinian refugees from Syria (age 3- 17)3

238

# of public schools operating second shifts for the 2015-16 school year4

Trends of WASH related diseases from Jan 2015 to April 2016 8 250 200 reports

303,535 /  467,172

# of people benefiting from improvements to municipal solid waste management systems at the local/municipal level

Total USD transferred as cash for food

School aged Syrian refugee children (age 3-17)2

753,481 / 1,343,137

# of people with access to appropriate sanitation facilities and services

0%

9

150 100 50 0 Jan 2015

Apr 2015 Jul 2015 Oct 2015

Cholera Typhoid Fever

Jan 2016 Apr 2016

Dysentery Viral Hepatitis A

WFP food voucher amount6

27 $/person/month

Percentage of Syrian households with food security9 32%

$127 m / $ 344.8 million

25%

1,847 / 22,700 0 / 30,000

11% 7%

840 / 10,000 100%

2013

2014

2015

2016

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Health # of primary health care consultations provided # of persons assisted with their hospital bills # of MoPH staff receiving salary support (central, peripheral and primary health care level)

reached / target 981,976 / 3,204,000 42,904 / 128,500

Livelihoods # micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) & cooperatives supported

108 / 283

reached / total 438 / 1,800

# of targeted vulnerable people working on public infrastructure/ environmental assets upgrading

3,519 / 65,000

# people trained and/or provided with marketable skills and services

9,066 / 54,159

223

Number of MoPH-PHCs in the YMCA network

196

Number of contracted hospitals

100%

0%

Number of PHCs in MoPH network

52

Number of health facilities (PHCs, dispensaries etc.) in the YMCA network

451

Adult Syrian refugees working at least one day in the month preceding the visit in which they were profiled12

27%

Host community members report an increase of unemployment since the beginning of the crisis10

90%

Youth unemployment rate before the crisis 13

34%

100%

0%

Protection, SGBV and Child Protection

Total registered Syrian refugees2

reached / total

1,033,513

9,355 / 17,000

Percentage of Syrian refugee who are women and children2

79%

# of individuals enrolled for the first time in life skills activities in community centers # of individuals who received individual legal counseling on obtaining legal stay documentation

8,276 / 30,000

Percentage of Syrian households with residency permits for all members1

28%

# of individuals who received individual legal counseling on birth registration # of interventions to mitigate protection concerns and ensure access to services (includes referrals) # community leaders  and gatekeepers trained and/or engaged on GBV # individuals accessing psycho-social support in safe spaces # of girls and boys who are survivors or at risk receiving specialist child protection support

13,170 / 50,000 8,261 / 20,000

33,359 / 120,000

223

Percentage of households that have residency for all members9

5,072 / 8,304 58%

109,128 / 152,682

# of individuals (girls, boys and caregivers) reached with community mobilization, awareness or information

235,590 / 402,470

28% 20%

1,587 / 2,550 2014

100%

0%

USD 200

Community leaders and gatekeepers trained and engaged on Child Protection & Psychosocial Support

368 / 4,500

# of girls and boys participating in structured, sustained child protection or psychosocial support programmes

# of people trained on child protection           

Residency permit fee per person (age 15+)

Shelter

2015

2016

Syrian refugee shelter type9

reached / total # of people benefiting from weatherproofing in informal settlements 0%

59,167 / 224,464 100%

# of people benefiting from rehabilitation of substandard buildings

30,775 / 147,353

# of people benefiting from weatherproofing or weatherproofing and WASH upgrades of substandard buildings # people who received conditional cash for rent

17% Informal settlements 24% Substandard building

16,079 / 60,566

21% of apartments/ houses are shared

5,692 / 57,468 100%

0%

Social Stability # community & municipal support project implemented to alleviate resource pressure and reduce tensions # new dispute resolution and conflict prevention mechanisms established # youth and children engaged in social stability initiatives 0% Vulnerability Assessment of Syrian Refugees 2015 (VASyR) 2015, 5 Interagency Shelter Survey 2015 http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/download.php?id=10006 6 World Food Programme January 2016 Update 2 UNHCR refugee data, as of 30 June 2016 7 Interagency Social Stability December 2016 Update 3 UNRWA, 2015 8 Ministry of Public Health 4 UNHCR 2016 9 Preliminary 2016 VASyR results 1

59% Apartments /Houses

reached / total 101 / 732 17 / 32 2,260 / 12,550

Number of vulnerable cadastres where population has increased by 50% or more14

114

Percentage of municipalities too small to provide any local services11

70%

Percentage of host and displaced communities members reporting multiple causes of tensions between communities10

55%

100% REACH-OCHA-UNICEF , “Defining Community Vulnerabilities in Lebanon”, Feb 2015 The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies Inter-agency Household visit exercise as of Q1 2016 13 World Bank 14 Inter-agency Vulnerability Map, 2015 10 11 12

July Statistical Dashboard PRELIMINARY FINDINGS OF VASYR 2016 - VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF SYRIAN REFUGEES The Vulnerability Assessment of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon (VaSYR) is a joint assessment led by WFP, UNHCR and UNICEF. The VASyR has been conducted on a yearly basis since 2013. Data collection occurs in May/June every year. Disclaimer: The below findings are preliminary and are still subject to change in the final report.

DEMOGRAPHICS

COPING MECHANISMS

Age pyramid (% breakdown within gender)

Percentage of households applying coping mechanisms

Male pop. 70+ 65-69 60-64 55-59 50-54 45-49 40-44 35-39 30-34 25-29 20-24 15-19 10-14 5-9 0-4

Female pop.

1% 1% 1% 2% 2% 3% 4% 7% 9% 6% 5% 8% 13% 18% 20%

1% 1% 1% 2% 2% 3% 4% 6% 8% 10% 9% 9% 12% 16% 17%

5.08

Average household size

Substandard buildings

60% 50%

53%

40%

Children

30%

2.69

59%

Apartments /Houses

53% 21% of apartments and houses are shared

9%

Sold Withdrew Sold Spent productive children household savings assets from school goods

47% Needed access to PHC in the last six months

Bought food on credit

0%

28% Received no assistance 26% Received one kind of assistance

17% 83% Received the care needed

28% Received two kinds of assistance 11% Three kinds 7% four or more types

In 2016, support to public institutions has continued to focus on supporting service delivery, policy development and enhancing capacities of public officials and civil servants to respond to the crisis. More than 120 million USD of assistance was committed or channeled to public institutions so far in 2016. 521 additional staff were seconded or financed to enhance the crisis response capacity of public institutions.

Municipalities: $27.7 M USD MoEW $13.9 M USD

229

municipalities received support in implementing their Municipal Action Plans with investments in public gardens, of water irrigation canals, networks water networks Government staff rehabilitated or and solid waste trained to better constructed, and water managemanage and respond ment. supply improved for

289 KM

273

to the crisis.

537,343 people

Funding

Staff

Ministry of Education and Higher Education and public schools

$53.1m

39 staff

Ministry of Public Health, PHCs and public hospitals

$10.3m

111 staff

Municipalities

$27.7m

71 staff

Ministry of Water and Energy & Water Establishments

$13.9m

7 staff

Ministry of Social Affairs and its network of SDCs (including NPTP support)

$9.1m

194 staff

Ministry of Agriculture

$2.1m

1 staff

E

Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Governors’ offices, security forces and other institutions

$3.8m

98 staff

$120m

521 staff

MEHE $53.1 M USD

Total

Reduced essential non-food spending

ASSISTANCE

LCRP 2016 SUPPORT TO PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Ministry Supported

10%

4%

3% Child labor

20%

15%

11%

Children on average per household

17%

Informal settlements

80% 70%

63%

HEALTH

SHELTER

24%

76%

2012 2013 2014 2015

27,709

214 PHCs and maternity

MoPH $10.3 M USD

hospitals have been equipped to support maternal and reproductive health

197,000

57

Vulnerable Lebanese benefitting from monthly food assistance through the NPTP.

Social Lebanese Development Centres children supported supported to implement to access public MoSA’s National Plan for schools Women and Children.

MoSA: $9.1 M USD

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