Questionnaire: The Needs of Syrian Refugees

A questionnaire was sent to Najda Now a Canadian Humanitarian Agency that have representatives on ground to support Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan. The intention of this survey is to listen directly from the most vulnerable and understand their real needs and issues of concern.

Questionnaire: The Needs of Syrian Refugees

Age (Years):    ☐ 5-11            ☐ 12-17          ☐ 18-59          ☐ 60+

Sex:     ☐ Male           ☐ Female

Status: ☐ Single         ☐ Family

Number of Kids:   ☐ Less than 3       ☐ More than 3

Refugee In:     ☐ Turkey        ☐ Lebanon     ☐ Jordan

Location:        ☐  Refugee Camp      ☐ Urban Location (City)

Level of Education:   ☐  No University Education      ☐ University Education

Refugees Most Important Needs (please put numbers that indicate the priority):

Need Number
Basic Needs (Food, Water, Sanitation, Clothing, Personal and Dental Health)
Physical and Mental Health
Education (schooling and play)
Shelter and Livelihood
Safety, Security and Protection
Work
Communication (Internet and Mobile)
Others (Please Specify)

If internet and mobile communication were chosen, please indicate WHY? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 Potential Refugees’ Issues

Need Yes / No or Not Applicable
Children Abuse (Physical and Sexual)
Gender Discrimination
Children Lack of Education
Not to comeback to Syria again
Early age marriages / forced prostitution  (human trafficking)
Influence of Radicalism where you live on all aspects of life (education, day to day life, etc.)
Others if any (Please Specify)
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