Vol. 9 No. 3 (2022): Cluster analysis for Syrian refugee Crisis
Cluster analysis for Syrian refugee Crisis

This monographic issue is about the Syrian refugee crisis which has started in 2012 and still going on until now. The reasons for the Syrian crisis are numerous such as the political situation, the socio-economic status between 2000 and 2010, and the recent environmental elements like droughts, which led to the massive unemployment rate among the population. The Syrian crisis started with a peaceful movement but soon turned into a civil war with the engagement of the Syrian army and many military groups belongs to the opposition. This civil war has led to the biggest refugee crisis in the modern history, over 12 million Syrian were displaced either internally or externally, and majority of the Syrian refugees were hosted in Turkey, Lebanon, Jorden, and many European countries like Germany. The consequences of the Syrian crisis are massive, over half a million losses in human life, and cumulative losses in the GDP exceeded 226 billion US$. Moreover, inadequate living conditions are noticed among the Syrian refugees both in the IDP camps inside Syrian, and in refugee camps across the borders. Through this report, the information regarding shelter, WASH, health, food security, education, protection, camps coordination is summarized and presented including the vulnerability assessment of the Syrian population, and the current needs of the Syrian refugees.