UK Aid Match allows the UK public to have a say in how an element of the aid budget is spent. DFID will match fund, pound for pound, public donations to appeals made by selected not-for-profit organisations, enabling them to increase their poverty reduction and development work in DFID priority countries.
This programme will support the delivery of life-saving humanitarian aid to those in most acute need in Syria. It will do so by providing funds for rapid response to sudden-onset crises, as well as filling critical gaps in the international response. It will lay the foundation for this delivery by providing support for better information on needs and targeting, strengthened coordination, and enhanced leadership.
Multi-sectoral programming focusing on: education; protection; health and livelihoods using a good cross section modalities to meet needs of conflict affected Syrians.
To provide support to WHO to enable them to deliver health care to those affected by the conflict in Syria. This will be achieved by equipping primary and secondary health facilities with medical supplies and equipment, and through the provision of refresher training to health professionals. The project will support the provision of disease detection systems and improved health information systems, offering real time data for decision-making to determine whether health is improving and where the needs are greatest. The project will also provide trauma care and mental health and psychosocial support services to those who have been affected by the conflict, including therapy and medication.
Support to the United Nations Children's Fund in Syria to provide lifesaving humanitarian assistance in education, health, WASH, child protection and nutrition to support vulnerable children and their families in Syria.
Families affected by conflict are self-reliant, mitigate protection risks and negative coping mechanisms and participate in economic life
To provide humanitarian relief assistance to individuals, households, communities and local partners affected by the ongoing conflict in Syria. This programme will strengthen their capacity to cope with the shocks and effects of conflict so they are less exposed to harm as a result of lifesaving assistance
To support the delivery of safe, inclusive and quality education services for up to 300,000 vulnerable children in Syria. This will likely be achieved through the provision of stipends to up to 10,000 teachers and education staff, funding of a Teacher Payment and Attendance Monitoring System, development of a teacher training support package and provision of incentives to ensure marginalised children can access education. These components will be supported with capacity building of local Syrian authorities and Non-Governmental Organisations to manage education delivery.
To provide up to 5.74 million people essential emergency food and nutritional support as well as livelihood recovery and resilience support to the most vulnerable communities in Syria through the WFP. The support will be delivered through food rations, nutrition interventions to support children and pregnant and nursing women and livelihood support such as training and food for participating in the rehabilitation and creation of community and public infrastructure.
To provide essential humanitarian support to Palestine Refugees in Syria (PRS) affected by the ongoing Syrian crisis