- Key protection activities, community mobilization, birth registration, legal assistance, registration, RSD, protection of children and SGBV;
- Primary health care will be prioritized targeting 80 per cent of the people of concern accessing primary health care services and 400 referrals to secondary health respectively;
- Education will be prioritized to target some 975 children to be enrolled in primary schools;
- Resettlement will be prioritized to target 575 for durable solutions;
- Monthly cash assistance (multi-purpose) will continue in 2017 that will initially target 1,200 families;
- Winter assistance will initially target 1,200 households, covering support for four months of winter.
UNHCR prioritized global strategic priorities covering:
- GSP 1: Ensuring access to territorial protection and asylum procedures; protection against refoulement;
- GSP 2: Securing birth registration, profiling and individual documentation based on registration: receiving, registering and counselling refugees on an individual basis.
- GSP 3: Reducing protection risks faced by person of concern, in particular, discrimination, sexual and gender based violence and specific risks faced by children; special attention and priority to address SGBV. Enhanced protection referral for persons of concern with special needs and monitoring mechanisms implemented and targeted programmes for adolescents and youth maintained. BID processes will continue for UASC.
- GSP 5: Promoting human potential through increased opportunities for quality education.
- GSP 6: Expanding opportunities for durable solutions for persons of concern, particularly those in protracted situations, including through strengthening the use of comprehensive approaches and contributing to sustainable reintegration, local settlement and successful resettlement in third countries: UNHCR aims at submitting 1,300 refugees for resettlement in 2016 and the same number in 2017.