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|2021 planning figures|
|100,800||of the most economically vulnerable Syrian refugee families and 3,840 refugee and asylum-seeker families of other nationalities will receive monthly multi-purpose cash assistance to cover basic needs|
|100,000||Syrian refugees and 900 refugees and asylum-seekers of other nationalities will have access to subsidized secondary and tertiary medical care|
|48,350||Syrian refugees and 3,000 refugees and asylum-seekers of other nationalities will receive counselling and legal aid on legal residency procedures and other protection issues|
|8,000||Syrian refugees and 1,250 refugees of other nationalities will be submitted for resettlement|
|2019 year-end results|
|900,000||individuals received direct cash transfers with a total value of over $156 million|
|260,000||refugee and Lebanese families benefitted from winter assistance|
|181,400||vulnerable refugees benefitted from improved living conditions through shelter interventions|
|131,400||people accessed community centres, mostly for information desks, awareness sessions and skills trainings|
|65,400||hospital referrals were made for lifesaving and obstetric interventions (60% of which were deliveries)|
|32,800||refugee families received monthly multipurpose cash grants|
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