A Syrian refugee girl holds her brother as she walks at an informal refugee camp, at Al-Marj town in Bekaa valley, east Lebanon Lebanon, Saturday, April 8, 2017. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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United Nations agencies and their NGO partners Tuesday released the 2018-2019 Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3PR), which calls for $4.4 billion to the support over 5 million refugees from Syria and their host communities across the region.While the Lebanon-specific resilience plan is still to be published, the regional document said that this is set to be achieved by progressively combining food production and rural livelihood opportunities.The 3RP, established in 2015, brings together over 270 partners from the U.N. system, NGOs and the private sector to provide coordinated support in countries neighboring Syria.The network aims to help 5.3 million refugees and 3.9 million members of host communities in 2018 in various sectors, including protection for refugee populations, education, health, food security, livelihoods, and water and sanitation services.
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