Regional refugee and resilience plan 2017-2018: 2017 Progress Report

Date published
01 Jan 2017
Research, reports and studies
Disaster preparedness, resilience and risk reduction, Forced displacement and migration
Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt, Syria

The Syria crisis has displaced more than 5.2 million Syrian refugees into Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt, in an overall situation that is becoming increasingly protracted. The security situation inside Syria is still fluid, and complex patterns of displacement continue, increasing the protection needs of an already vulnerable population in countries of asylum. The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) continues to be the regional coordination and planning tool to address the humanitarian and resilience needs of Syrian refugees and host communities in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt. The 3RP is a nationally-led, regionally coherent framework which includes the Lebanon Crisis Response (LCRP) as the Lebanon chapter, the Jordan Response Plan (JRP) as the Jordan chapter, and the country chapters of Turkey, Iraq and Egypt. All country plans are developed, coordinated, and implemented with the full involvement of the respective governments. This Progress Report is intended to take stock of the interagency (UN and NGO) response to date during 2017, as well as inform planning for next year’s response.