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Regional Analysis for Syria – Turkey 13 octobre 2014

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Regional Analysis for Syria (RAS) Report, Q3 2014, 13 October 2014, pp. 80-86

Syria Needs Analysis Project

The growing number of Syrian refugees has put strains on Turkish host communities and pressure on labour and rental markets, resulting in increased social tensions between the two communities. Urban refugees, and among these particularly children, remain most vulnerable while information on their needs and coping mechanisms remains scarce.

Pressure on local capacities to provide quality services is resulting in significant barriers to accessing health, protection, education and shelter and NFI services for refugees and particularly so for vulnerable urban refugees.

Increasing inflation partially caused by reduced agricultural yields due to dry conditions, will affect food prices which, in combination with decreasing wages and high pressure on the employment market, could exacerbate both the situation of vulnerable Syrian refugees outside camps and host communities.

The number of Yazidi refugees who fled from Sinjar amid ongoing attacks by Islamic State militants has rapidly increased to 16,000 in Silopi camp in Sırnak Province. Authorities are concerned that continuing waves of refugees may overwhelm local capacities and thus are looking for ways to stem their entry into Turkey.

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