About QUDRA

’Qudra – Resilience for Syrian refugees, IDPs and host communities in response to the Syrian and Iraqi crises’ is a regional action financed by the EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis, the ,Madad' Fund and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), seeking to strengthen the resilience of Syrian refugees, IDPs and host communities in response to the Syrian and Iraqi crises.

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The Context

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The Syrian conflict has triggered  the largest humanitarian crisis in modern history. Refugees from Syria are now the biggest refugee population from one single conflict in a generation, with over 5 million Syrian refugees in neighbouring countries and elsewhere.

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Countries bordering Syria host the majority of these refugees; Lebanon and Jordan host the largest per capita refugee population worldwide, whilst Turkey has to accommodate the world’s largest number of refugees in a single country.

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With the growing influx of refugees, the capacities of these countries in effectively responding to the refugee crisis are stretched to the limits. Most refugees in the neighbouring countries of Syria face similar challenges with regard to their status in relation to protection and access to public services, education and the labour market.

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It is in this context that Qudra is working closely with programme partner countries of Jordan, Lebanon, North Iraq and Turkey in an overall aim to strengthen the resilience of host communities, refugees and displaced persons.

Key Areas of Work

Qudra aims to strengthen the reilience of host communities, refugees, and displaced persons in five key areas:

  • Improving school infrastructure and access to extracurricular activities;
  • Expanding and improving basic vocational skills;
  • Strengthening social cohesion through community-based services;
  • Strengthening the capacities of local administrations;
  • Promoting dialogue and exchange of experience on policies conducive to enhanced resilience of refugees, IDPs and host communities

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The EU Madad Fund

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Part of the robust EU aid response to the Syrian refugee crisis, the EUTF supports up to 1.5 million Syrian refugees and their host communities in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and the Western Balkans.

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Established in 2014, the EUTF has mobilised over  €1 billion to date, including contributions from 22 EU Member States and Turkey. To date, 80% is allocated and over half of the funds have been contracted to implementing partners on the ground through 25 projects.

The EUTF helps secure healthcare, education and economic opportunities for Syrian refuges and host communities, particularly children and youth, across the region. The EUTF also effectively addresses resilience, social cohesion, water and sanitation needs of those affected by the Syrian conflict, both for the benefit of Syrian refugees and overstretched host communities.

Implementation of the Action

Qudra builds on the know-how and implementation experience gained by European countries through their international cooperation, using best practices from bilateral projects of EU member states as a basis for scaling up. In this spirit, Qudra is implemented by a group of European Union Member State Agencies (EUMSAs) comprising GIZ, Expertise France (EF), and AECID.

Implementing Partners

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is a federal enterprise with worldwide operations. GIZ supports the German Government in the fields of international cooperation for sustainable development and international education. Through its work GIZ assists people and societies in shaping their own future and improving living conditions.

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With the Syrian crisis in its seventh year, Jordan is hosting appproximately 1.2 million Syrians, of which 659,593 are registered as refugees. Arround 79% of registered Syrian refugees live in host communities, 96% of whom live in northern and central Jordan.

Lebanon, a country of 6 million, today hosts around 1.5 million displaced Syrians – of which around 54 % are children. Statistics indicate that the country has the highest per-capita concentration of refugees worldwide, where one person out of four is a refugee.
 
In Iraq, following several decades of multiple crises and complex emergencies, 10 million people are need of assistance with 3.1 million people internally displaced in the past three years alone. Turkey is currently hosting more than 3 million Syrian refugees, the largest number in any single country in the world. Half of them are children. Only 10% live in camps.

The massive influx of refugees, on top of an already existing refugee population, adds enormous pressure on national service delivery with significant challenges in the quality provision of public services,

With poverty rates already high prior to the refugee influx, the situation in the country continues to be precarious, pressuring all sectors from education and health to housing, water and electricity supply. With the economic downturn in KRI, social tensions over access to services and assistance are mounting in areas hosting high concentrations of IDPs and refugees.

‘Turkey 3RP Regional Refugee & Resilience Plan 2017-2018’ indicates that although the Temporary Protection Regime in Turkey has provided Syrians with access to basic rights and services, 


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Programme name

Qudra – Resilience for Syrian Refugees, IDPs and Host Communities in Response to the Syrian and Iraqi Crises

Commissioned by

German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

Co-funded by

EU (Madad Trust Fund)

Countries

Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey

Implementing organisations

GIZ in cooperation with AECID and EF

Duration

June 2016 to June 2019

Budget

Total: EUR 78 million (EUR t.8 million from the BMZ; EUR 70,6 million from the EU)