Syrian Refugee Refugees of the Syrian Civil War are citizens and permanent residents of Syrian Arab Republic, who have fled from their country since the onset of the Syrian Civil War in 2011

Their is an estimate of 12.4 million Syrain refugees.

refugee movements in the Mediterranean countries have gained unprecedented momentum

Many Syrians have fled to neighboring countries. Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan alone now host 4.7 million refugees, and the health needs of people in these countries are numerous.

there are about 500,000 Syrians in Saudi Arabia out of a population of 28 million

In the past year or so, most refugees have been coming from Syria; in 2014 it was Afghanistan.

One million people requested to go to a asylum and 4.8 million requested to go to Turkey


Only 1,500 refugees were resettled in the U.S since the start of the war


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