Dernière mise à jour: 13/3/2024

Informations de base

Pays
Institutions et organismes impliqués
Groupe de population
Children, Persons with disabilities

Détails du programme

Objectifs du programme

To increase the resilience and social inclusion of families of children with complex disabilities; to strengthen capacity development interventions accompanying the cash transfer programme aimed at sustaining and strengthening the social protection system which existed before the conflict

Références
UNICEF. 2017. Resilience development for the most vulnerable children in Syria: promoting cash transfers and social protection integrated services. Damascus: United Nations Children’s Fund Syria. Internal archives
Composantes du programme
Cash transfers to families of eligible children; provision of case management support through the involvement of trained social workers (hired through NGOs, in coordination with Departments of Social Affairs and Labour)
Références
UNICEF. 2017. Resilience development for the most vulnerable children in Syria: promoting cash transfers and social protection integrated services. Damascus: United Nations Children’s Fund Syria. Internal archives.
Date de début
2016
Références
UNICEF Syria. 2017. Personal communication.
Couverture
30,000 children with severe disabilities and over 150,000 people in families of children with disabilities since the programme started in 2016 to May 2022
Dépenses du programme
At present around USD2.5 million for Aleppo, including the involvement of NGOs, and monitoring and evaluation; additional funds allocated for the planned expansion, not yet disbursed. Source of funding: UNICEF (donors)
Références
UNICEF Syria. 2017. Personal communication.

Ciblage et éligibilité

Méthodes de ciblage
Categorical Targeting
Geographical Targeting
Références
Categorical: children with complex disabilities, verified through presentation of medical certificates (no functional assessment is implemented currently) Geographical: in selected governorates, related to a combination of factors, including identified vulnerabilities in the early livelihood and recovery sector; high percentage of displaced people; relatively stable operating environment; interest of local counterparts; and assessed presence of NGOs that could be involved as implementing partners Reference: UNICEF. 2017. Resilience development for the most vulnerable children in Syria: promoting cash transfers and social protection integrated services. Damascus: United Nations Children’s Fund Syria. Internal archives.
Régions ciblées
Selected governorates: Aleppo, Lattakia; expansion planned in Tartous and rural Damascus
Références
UNICEF Syria. 2017. Personal communication
Groupes cibles
Children with complex disabilities (cerebral palsy; paraplegia; quadriplegia; Down syndrome; autism; profound, severe or moderate ‘mental retardation’, severe or moderate intellectual disability)
Références
UNICEF Syria. 2017. Personal communication
Critère d'éligibilité
Specific types of disabilities (as per medical certificate); aged 0–17 years

Couverture et autres informations

Type de bénéfices
Cash
Références
UNICEF. 2017. Resilience development for the most vulnerable children in Syria: promoting cash transfers and social protection integrated services. Damascus: United Nations Children’s Fund Syria. Internal archives
Mécanisme de versement des bénéfices
Through money transfer facilities (Al Haram)
Références
UNICEF. 2017. Resilience development for the most vulnerable children in Syria: promoting cash transfers and social protection integrated services. Damascus: United Nations Children’s Fund Syria. Internal archives.
Bénéficiaires de prestations
Appointed caregiver
Références
UNICEF Syria. 2017. Personal communication.
Mécanismes et fréquence de suivi et évaluation
Biannual post-distribution monitoring (not initiated) targeting 10 per cent of beneficiaries; consumption analysis targeting 1 per cent of beneficiaries MIS:Disability registrar, at the moment not updated
Références
UNICEF Syria. 2017. Personal communication. UNICEF. 2017. Resilience development for the most vulnerable children in Syria: promoting cash transfers and social protection integrated services. Damascus: United Nations Children’s Fund Syria. Internal archives.