NON - CLASSIFIED. EADRCC Situation Report Nº5 Syrian refugees camps in TURKEY (latest update in BOLD) - PDF

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NATO Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) Fax : OTAN Centre Euro-Atlantique de coordination des réactions en cas de catastrophe (EADRCC) Télécopie : EADRCC Situation Report Nº5 Syrian refugees camps in TURKEY (latest update in BOLD) Message Nº. : Dtg : 04 June 2012, 10:30 UTC From: : Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre To : Points of Contact for International Disaster Response in NATO and partner Countries Precedence : Priority Originator : Duty Officer Tel: Approved by : Head EADRCC Tel: Reference : OPS(EADRCC)(2012)0046 This report consists of : pages 1. In accordance with the procedures at reference, EADRCC has received on 13 April 2012 a disaster assistance request from Turkey dated 13 April :09 UTC. 2. United Nations Organisations and the European Union have also received a formal request from Turkey. 3. General Situation 3.1. Recent events in Syria have resulted in a flow of Syrian refugees into Turkey and refugee camps have been set up on the Turkish side of the Syrian border. Turkey is putting every effort to meet the needs of the Syrian refugees to the extent possible making full use of its means and capabilities On 31 May 01 June 2012, 135 Syrian citizens voluntarily returned home and 395 Syrian citizens arrived in Turkey The number of refugees arriving from Syria is and the number that have returned to Syria is As of 01 June Syrian Citizens in Hatay; people have being sheltered in Turkey: Citizens in Gaziantep (Nurdağı-Islahiye); Citizens in Kilis; Citizens in Şanlıurfa Preschool, primary and secondary education has being provided with 35 classes for 805 Syrian Citizens, 420 of them are girls and 385 are boys. Moreover, activities -1- aimed to provide Syrian children and youth in Kilis and 600 in Gaziantep-Islahiye, to start education are in progress. 4. National resources available for disaster response and measures taken: 4.1. In response to displacement from Syrian Arab Republic to Turkey, it has been provided services such as sheltering, food, health, security, social activities, education, worship, communication and other services in tent cities and containers with related organizations and institutions within the coordination of Turkish Presidency Syrian Citizens have been sheltered in 9 tent cities and a container city established by Turkish Prime Ministry AFAD. Four (4) tent cities in Altınözü and Yayladağı of Hatay Province, 3 tent cities in Reyhanlı, Apaydın and Karbeyaz, a tent city in Caylanpınar of Şanlıurfa Province, a tent city in İslahiye of Gaziantep Province and a container in Kilis, has a capacity to shelter people, have been established Hot meals have being supplied for Syrian Citizens three times a day However, upon the considerable increase in number of refugees, the Turkish authorities have decided to accept offers by the international community to share the burden. 5. Assistance provided by EAPC nations and international organisations: 5.1. The United Nations` Syria Regional Response Plan outlines current and future needs for some 100,000 Syrian refugees over six months. Led by UNHCR, the plan is a result of a coordinated effort between seven UN agencies, 27 national and international NGOs and partners, and host governments The UNHCR providing technical support as well as thousands of tents and tens of thousands of blankets to the refugee camps in Turkey Austria has made an offer for assistance listed below: 25 family tents (cotton); 480 blankets (200x150cm); 300 kitchen sets (family of 5 persons, type A,IFRC Standard). This assistance, provided by AUSTRIA through EU CP Mechanism, has been meanwhile accepted by Turkey. The equipment was delivered to Adana on 3 rd of May Norway has sent financial contribution in amount of 10 mln. Norwegian crowns (approx. 1,25 mln. ) to support the setup of refugee camps in Turkey to the Turkish Red Crescent via the Norwegian Red Cross Israel has offered mostly medical aid to Syrian refugees in Turkish camps France sent an assistance with: 75 family tents; 600 blankets; 216 kitchen sets. This assistance, provided by France through EU CP Mechanism, has been meanwhile accepted by Turkey. The equipment was delivered to Turkey on 5 th of May 6. The following requirements for international assistance have been identified: 6.1. Nations are invited to consider donating the required equipment below: Description Effective Date Quantity Tents for family accommodation (Since summer ASAP TBD is approaching cotton tents are more preferable-pvc tents are not suitable for the climate) Blankets (For single bed) ASAP TBD Beds (Single) ASAP TBD Kitchen set for families (Fork, spoon, knife, plate ASAP TBD and saucepan-average for 5 people) Container showers (Standard) ASAP TBD Container WC (Standard) ASAP TBD Containers for daily living (20 or 40 feet ASAP TBD containers are preferable) Cushions (Standard) ASAP TBD Duvet covers and sheet sets (For single bed) ASAP TBD Three fully equipped field hospitals. (Consultation on the type of equipment is needed beforehand, a detailed specification of the hospital equipment is attached to this report). ASAP Financial assistance has the highest priority and the Turkish authorities have opened bank accounts as shown below: Bank Name: Türkiye Vakıflar Bankası-Tunalı Hilmi Şubesi / Ankara Account Number: Suriye Yardım Hesabı (Syria Aid Account) TL IBAN: TR USD IBAN: TR EURO IBAN: TR Swift Code: TVBATR2A Bank Name: Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Ziraat Bankası-Asağı Ayrancı Şubesi / Ankara Hesap adı: Suriye Yardım Hesabı (Syria Aid Account) TL IBAN: TR USD IBAN: TR EURO IBAN: TR Swift Code: TCZBTR2A Bank Name: Türkiye Halk Bankası-Bakanlıklar Şubesi / Ankara Hesap adı: Basbakanlık Suriye Yardım Hesabı (Prime Ministry Syria Aid Account) TL IBAN: TR USD IBAN: TR AVRO 1BAN: TR 7. Points of Entry / Delivery: 7.1. International Assistance Delivery Centers will be established in Adana Sakir Pasa Airport and Mersin Port and no other point of entry will be used for contributions For the aid that will be sent by road, coordination in advance is necessary with Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency. Aid should be sent only after the authorization of the Presidency is received. It is important that assistance is delivered to these centers as mentioned above. Assisting countries should apply to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey. 8. The Operational Point of Contact in Turkey is as follows: Name : Berk Baran Organization: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey ( MFA) Phone: Fax: Response co-ordination UN OCHA and the Regional Humanitarian Coordinator remain in the lead of the overall coordination of the response to the Syria crisis. For the coordination of the response to refugees, UNHCR has appointed a Regional Refugee Coordinator With a view to providing a coordinated response to the stricken nation s requirements, nations in a position to meet these demands, in full or in part, are invited to coordinate closely with UN OCHA and UNHCR and to reply to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, with an information copy to EADRCC, by any of the communication means listed above and below The Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre can be reached in the following ways: Telephone: Fax : Mobile Phone: Internet -4- Detailed specifications for Field Hospital Equipment: -5- -6-
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