Regional Refugeee and Resilience Plan 2015 - 2016 - Regional Strategic Overview

The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) brings together the plans developed under the leadership of national authorities - namely, the Arab Republic of Egypt, the Republic of Iraq, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Lebanese Republic, and the Republic of Turkey – to ensure protection,more


3RP Lebanon

After four years of generous welcome to families displaced by the Syrian crisis, Lebanon’s Government and people now face a critical test of stability and resilience. The number of people living in Lebanon has increased by 30 per cent compared to 2011 - including 1.2 million Syrians registered inmore


3RP Turkey

Turkey, Syria’s most populous neighbour, hosts an estimated 1.6 million Syrians (1 million of whom are registered as refugees), spread across urban areas and 22 camps. The number of Syrians in Turkey is expected to grow to 1.7 million by the end of 2015. Despite its generosity, the government hasmore


3RP Iraq

Iraq is struggling to meet the needs of over 1.2 million IDPs and 220,000 Syrian refugees. Most of these refugees and around half of the IDPs are hosted in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KR-I), constituting a more than 10 per cent increase in its population. Of these refugees and displaced, roughlymore


3RP Egypt

As of late 2014 Egypt was host to 140,000 Syrian refugees and had incurred costs of around US$ 115 million in additional food and energy subsidies, adding to public spending and debt pressures. Cuts in subsidies have diminished household purchasing power and are likely to push more vulnerablemore

OUR WORK - Crisis Prevention and Recovery

UNDP is helping at present the governments of Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen in their efforts for effective disaster risk management and crisis prevention.

Read more
Overview of Resilience

The micro video uses graphics of people and their surroundings to outline how communities and institutions show innate strength in challenging situations. It explains how building resilience is the best response as it prepares communities not only for this shock but for future shocks in a region that is highly exposed to a wide range of shocks.

Watch Video