Regional Situation Report for Syria Crisis #47 1-31 July 2016

Publication Date: July 2016
Author: UNFPA Regional Syria Response Hub


During July 2016, UNFPA Syria, in cooperation with the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), launched the first reproductive health clinic in the besieged area of Al-Waer in Homs.

In addition, within Syria, UNFPA saw: 

  • 136,316 reproductive health services delivered to Syrians
  • 8,045 deliveries supported, including 2,923 Caesarean-section deliveries
  • 5,599 gender-based violence response services provided to Syrians
  • 8,656 women accessed women safe spaces
  • 2,242 dignity kits distributed

In neighbouring countries affected by the crisis, UNFPA saw:

  • 21,626 reproductive health services delivered to Syrian refugees
  • 3,305 Syrian refugees benefited from reproductive health-related messages through outreach and awareness activities
  • 4,196 Syrian refugees benefited from family planning services and consultations
  • 3,055 beneficiaries received gender-based violence services
  • 12,312 Syrian refugees accessed women safe spaces and participated in activities in camps and host communities
  • 2,986 Syrian refugees reached with gender-based violence-related messages

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