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3RP Regional Progress Report
About this resource
|Resource type:||Research, reports and studies|
|Keywords:||Conflict, violence & peace, Coordination, Development & humanitarian aid, Funding and donors, Multi-sector/cross-sector, Refugees/IDPs|
|Countries:||Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey|
|Agency:||Government of Egypt, Government of Iraq, Government of Jordan, Government of Lebanon, Government of Turkey, UNDP - United Nations Development Program, UNHCR - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees|
|Date published:||June 2015|
The Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) is a consolidated regional framework aimed at addressing refugee protection needs, the humanitarian needs of the most vulnerable, and the longer- term socio-economic impacts of the Syria crisis on neighbouring countries. It brings together the plans developed under the leadership of the national authorities of the Republic of Turkey, the Lebanese Republic, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Republic of Iraq and the Arab Republic of Egypt to ensure protection and humanitarian assistance, and to strengthen the resilience of host communities. The 3RP acknowledges the importance of national ownership in securing a more effective and sustainable response to the crisis.
This Progress Report offers a snapshot of regional achievements and progress in each response sector as of 31 May 2015, and details the efficiencies and increased effectiveness delivered through the 3RP model which are ensuring the limited funding available is being channelled to those most in need. This includes strengthening data collection and identification of vulnerabilities, along with innovative approaches and new technologies being rolled out to increase the impact of the response. In addition, the Report outlines the impact of the substantial funding gap on both the refugee and resilience response, including programmes which have been delayed or reduced in scope, along with the direct and negative consequences of this underfunding on refugees and members of host communities.
Plans, policy and strategy