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  • 2015 Year-End report Downloaded on 25/11/2016

    Operation: Turkey

    Location

    Latest update of camps and office locations 21 Nov 2016. By clicking on the icons on the map, additional information is displayed.

    Tartous

    Tripoli

    Mont Lebanon

    Nicosia

    Sukhumi

    Aleppo

    Gaziantep Qamishli

    Hatay

    Sanliurfa

    Izmir

    Istanbul

    Mytilini

    Samos

    Chios

    Evros-Orestiada

    Rhodes

    Leros

    Kos

    Ankara

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  • People of Concern

    63% INCREASE IN

    2015 2015 2,754,540

    2014 1,694,838

    2013 663,491

    Refugees

    Refugees

    2 541 352

    2 541 352

    Asylum-seekers

    Asylum-seekers

    212 408

    212 408

    Stateless

    Stateless

    780

    780

    Refugees Asylum-seekers Stateless

    Budgets and Expenditure for Turkey

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  • Working environment Regional instability in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Syrian Arab Republic (Syria) has led to continuous arrivals of refugees to Turkey. Although the national infrastructure is severely stretched to accommodate the needs of such a large number of refugees, the Turkish population continued to demonstrate solidarity and generosity in receiving people in need of international protection. The Government of Turkey continued to lead the response to protect and assist all persons of concern. Despite generous Government policies, and support from UNHCR and its partners, responding to the large number of asylum-seekers and refugees continued to create challenges. Additional support from the international community is required to address gaps to improve access to livelihood opportunities, health and education services.

    Population Trends In 2015, Turkey hosted 2.5 million Syrian refugees and over 250,000 refugees of other nationalities. Nearly 90 per cent of Syrians and all non-Syrian refugees live in host communities. An increasing number of people from various nationalities also transited through Turkey to Europe.

    Achievements and impact Strengthened the implementation of the national asylum framework at all levels; Provided equipment to increase the national capacity in registration, education and health care; Scaled up education support, focusing on supporting the integration of refugee children into national education system, Turkish language courses and access to higher education; Distributed core relief items and cash assistance, prioritizing vulnerable urban refugees; Funded nine community centres, nine child-friendly spaces, seven women centres in urban areas, and covered 36 satellite cities through partner presence to expand urban outreach; Supported authorities in Western Turkey to implement activities targeting people transiting through Turkey.

    Unmet needs The availability of protection-sensitive data is limited, which compromised UNHCR’s outreach capacity and effective targeting of protection and assistance interventions. Insufficient funding resulted in limited coverage in meeting needs across all refugee groups. This was compounded by the geographical spread of the refugee population, making access difficult. The Office continued to support the Government in the management of the largest RSD and resettlement programme among UNHCR’s operations globally. The increasing number of non-Syrian asylum-seekers placed additional strains on UNHCR’s resources, resulting in a prolonged waiting period for strategic RSD.

  • 2015 Expenditure for Turkey | USD The following table presents the final budget and funds available by pillar and the final expenditure at the objective-level, as reported at year-end.

    Pillar 1 Refugee programme

    Pillar 2 Stateless programme

    Total

    Final Budget 336,315,753 70,000 336,385,753

    Income from contributions* 72,061,665 0 72,061,665

    Other funds available / transfers 30,913,476 19,614 30,933,091

    Total funds available 102,975,142 19,614 102,994,756

    Expenditure by Objective

    Favourable Protection Environment

    International and regional instruments 280 19,614 19,895

    Law and policy 284,417 0 284,417

    Administrative Institutions and Practice 962,532 0 962,532

    Legal remedies and legal assistance 188,298 0 188,298

    Access to territory 527,577 0 527,577

    Public attitudes towards persons of concern 844,331 0 844,331

    Subtotal 2,807,434 19,614 2,827,049

    Fair Protection Processes and Documentation

    Reception conditions 17,345,831 0 17,345,831

    Registration and profiling 3,027,978 0 3,027,978

    Status determination 536,135 0 536,135

    Individual documentation 361,528 0 361,528

    Subtotal 21,271,472 0 21,271,472

    Security from Violence and Exploitation

    SGBV prevention and response 970,565 0 970,565

    Non-arbitrary detention 151,366 0 151,366

    Child protection 1,152,061 0 1,152,061

    Subtotal 2,273,992 0 2,273,992

    Basic Needs and Essential Services

    Health 1,468,636 0 1,468,636

    Shelter and infrastructure 6,075,476 0 6,075,476

    Basic and domestic and hygiene Items 32,042,472 0 32,042,472

  • Services for persons with specific needs 1,049,165 0 1,049,165

    Education 2,639,028 0 2,639,028

    Subtotal 43,274,779 0 43,274,779

    Community Empowerment and Self Reliance

    Community mobilization 460,927 0 460,927

    Co-existence with local communities 361,528 0 361,528

    Self-reliance and livelihoods 1,035,922 0 1,035,922

    Subtotal 1,858,377 0 1,858,377

    Durable Solutions

    Solutions strategy 66,253 0 66,253

    Voluntary return 427,781 0 427,781

    Resettlement 1,511,445 0 1,511,445

    Subtotal 2,005,478 0 2,005,478

    Leadership, Coordination and Partnerships

    Coordination and partnerships 938,359 0 938,359

    Donor relations 401,924 0 401,924

    Subtotal 1,340,282 0 1,340,282

    Logistics and Operations Support

    Supply chain and logistics 4,471,812 0 4,471,812

    Operations management, coordination and support 2,756,104 0 2,756,104

    Subtotal 7,227,916 0 7,227,916

    Headquarters and Regional Support

    Protection advice and support 343 0 343

    Subtotal 343 0 343

    2015 Expenditure Total 82,060,073 19,614 82,079,687

    Pillar 1 Refugee programme

    Pillar 2 Stateless programme

    Total

    *Income from contributions includes indirect support costs that are recovered from contributions to Pillars 3 and 4, supplementary

    budgets and the “New or additional activities – mandate-related” (NAM) Reserve. Contributions towards all pillars are included under

    Pillar 1.

    Operation: Turkey Location People of Concern Budgets and Expenditure for Turkey Working environment Population Trends Achievements and impact Unmet needs

    2015 Expenditure for Turkey | USD