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Syrian Refugees Emergency Needs Assessment Report, Cairo, February 2013

This is the final report of the Syrian Refugees Emergency Needs Assessment in Cairo that was conducted by Save the Children- Egypt. The assessment objective was to gather in-depth information related to child protection, education, health and non- food items (NFIs) needs of the Syrian community estimated at a minimum of 100,000. Identified Child Protection risks are: 1. Early marriage 2. Gender-based violence 3. Psychosocial distress 4. Child labor and exploitation. 5. Violence and bullying at home, in school and in the street. 6. Indication for family separation.

Published 2013-08-05

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