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UNHCR FUNDS for IDPs in Srilanka

Written By Freedam to the nation resettlement of IDPs on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 | 3:33 AM




Financial information

UNHCR's 2013 requirements in South Asia are at USD 38.8 million, a reduction from USD 46.7 million in 2012, largely due to a scaling down in IDP-related activities in Sri Lanka. The budget for 2013 in South Asia covers the protection of the urban refugee population in India; measures to facilitate the return home of refugees; resettlement expenses; the community-based development programme in Nepal and services in the remaining camps in the country; and protection and assistance for urban refugees and refugee and IDP returnees in Sri Lanka. In general, major unmet needs have been identified in the areas of livelihoods, education, basic assistance and documentation in all three countries covered in this subregional overview.



UNHCR 2013 budget for South Asia (USD)
Operation
2012
REVISED BUDGET
(as of 30 June 2012)
2013
REFUGEE
PROGRAMME
PILLAR 1
STATELESS
PROGRAMME
PILLAR 2
REINTEGRATION
PROJECTS
PILLAR 3
IDP
PROJECTS
PILLAR 4
TOTAL
Total
46,670,749
30,531,784
1,595,971
4,258,080
2,450,569
38,836,404
India
13,211,411
12,927,790
78,823
0
0
13,006,613
Nepal
15,717,609
9,917,356
1,403,756
4,258,080
0
15,579,191
Sri Lanka
17,741,728
7,686,638
113,392
0
2,450,569
10,250,600
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