Children and youth have access to certified quality education, while benefiting from a protective environment. Adolescents and youth are supported to contribute to resilience and social cohesion in their communities, and have expanded livelihood opportunities in line with national legislation.
4.2m children in Syria and 500,000 children in Iraq will be reached by No Lost Generation partners with learning opportunities
Over 1.2m children in Iraq, Syria and refugee hosting countries will participate in structured, sustained psychosocial support programmes
ADOLESCENTS AND YOUTH
Over 1.3m adolescents and youth in refugee hosting countries will access positive engagement opportunities
Statement following the High-Level Officials Meeting
Following the High-Level Officials Meeting in the framework of the Global Refugee Forum (GRF), No Lost Generation co-chairs are calling global leaders to redouble our collective efforts to promote and protect the rights of Syrian children. Between now and the next Global Refugee Forum, Syrian children are at critical crossroads.
The international community must recognize we are facing a protection crisis with unfathomable consequences for Syrian children, and we need to act now to keep them safe from any type of violence.
Renewing our promise to Syrian children
In the context of the High-Level Officials Meeting, No Lost Generation is releasing a series of three doodle videos portraying the stories of displaced Syrian children, highlighting their continuing needs for protection services and educational opportunities.
Anisa, Omar and Saja stories illustrate the shattered childhood of an entire generation of Syrian children.
It is time to step up our commitments to protect Syrian children's present and future.
Brussels V Conference
The Syria Brussels V Conference on March 29 and 30 addressed again the increasing needs in Syria and the regional impact the crisis has had, especially on hosting refugee countries. To shed light on the specific impact and needs of the Syrian girls and boys, No Lost Generation released an advocacy brief whose recommendations informed the Syria V Brussels Conference discussions on what concerns children’s needs in the country and across the region.