3 5,100,000 IDPs and around 480,000 Palestinian Refugees And more than 1.6 million Refugees
4 ContextDeclaration of Level 3 Emergency by IASC in 15th of January 2013 (complexity, severity, capacity, etc)Syria Humanitarian Response Plan Appeal and Regional Refugee Response Appeal for funding reached 1.5 Billion in January 2013 Kuwait pledging conferenceNeighboring Countries are affected (Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt and refugees are also are found in North Africa and Europe) – additional burden on their infrastructure, resources and systemsCross Line conveys and Cross Borders operation by some NGOs
7 Humanitarian Needs are increasing Every day due to lack of political solution Access is a major challenge from inside and outside the countryLack of Capacity in terms of national NGO communityInternational NGOs are not allowed to work without government approvalPrice of living have gone upLoss of livelihoodDisplacement and loss of shelter and assets6.8 Million People in need of humanitarian assistanceActive Fighting hinder access to affected populationHealth facilities are damagedSevere shortages of Drugs and suppliesMany Health Providers have left the countryMany Health Providers are attacked and killedAmbulances under attack
10 Reproductive Health Needs Access is very a major hindering factor for reproductive Health service deliveryShortage of staffDue to Displacement there is a lack of information where to get servicesSupply chain is interrupted for reproductive health commoditiesPriority is given to wounded in health facilitiesNoticeable Increase of Csection by 50%Increase of GBV casesIncreased stress and anxiety among women and girlsLack of protection for civilian and in particular women and childrenLack of sanitary pads for women and girls living in displacementRoutine antenatal checkups are decreasing
11 Introduction Vouchers to access Reproductive Health Services The idea of vouchers is to address the issue of access by giving every pregnant woman or women and girls of reproductive voucher with the information where they can access services.UNFPA pay for the services after we collect the vouchers from service providers or participating agenciesServices are provided through a network of national NGOs such as Syria Family Planning association, Syrian Red Crescents and range of hospitals and facilities (private and public wherever they exist)
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