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Tender Announcement (sealed envelope)

Tender No.  TRWR09-16

Assistance Coordination Unit invites suppliers with experience in working with humanitarian organizations to submit quotes in sealed envelopes for the service (rehabilitation of 17 drinking water stations in the countryside of Aleppo and Idleb governorates according to the required conditions and specifications.

Conditions for submission:

• Offers shall be submitted in three envelopes (technical envelope, financial envelope, and company envelope). The envelopes are sealed and closed tightly.

• All documents in the envelopes must be stamped and signed with the official supplier’s stamp and signature along with envelopes itself to ensure they are sealed

the supplier’s name, company, Tenders name and number and phone number must write on the envelope from outside.

• Close the envelope tightly with a glue or wax adhesive and seal and sign the place to seal the envelope.

• The supplier’s signature should be over all docs related to the tender.

• Any offer that does not contain all the attachments and papers filled out and sealed is rejected

  • Tender deposit of 2500$ shall be paid by Interested vendors in order to accept their bids, and it shall be refunded after supplier selection for the vendors that have not been accepted.

You can obtain tender documents by contacting us via the official email:

[email protected]

Please include Tender name and number in email subject

The response to the e-mail is only during official working hours in Turkey.

The date for receiving offers will be during the period from 09/04/2021 to 19/04/2021

The place of bids submission is the Office of Assistance Coordination Unit located in Turkey – Gaziantep –  Incillipinar mahhalesi-3 nolu cadde -Akinalan Ismerkezi -kat2

For more information please contact us on the official email:

[email protected]

Or on 05538939484

The Information Management Unit (IMU), of The Assistance Coordination Unit (ACU), issues the fifth edition of the report “Winter Needs in Northern Syria camps” to shed light on the reality of the camps, the nature of the places of residence of IDPs and their age groups, as well as the risks that may threaten IDPs in the camps in the upcoming winter, depending on the difficulties that the camps have faced during the previous years of the Syrian crisis. The report also includes information on the most critical needs and the size of needs, according to the international standards for humanitarian response. The report further draws attention to the most important practices that should be followed by IDPs and those in charge of the camps to reduce the impact of natural disasters that may occur threatening IDPs’ lives.

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Tender announcement (sealed envelope)
Tender No. TRWR09-07
Assistance Coordination Unit invites suppliers with experience in working with humanitarian organizations to submit quotes in sealed envelopes for the service of supplying:
HTH 70% disinfection powder for water
Calcium Hypochloride Active ingredient 70%
Packaging: It is an closed well opaque plastic container with a capacity of 25 kg or 40 kg. The powdered chlorine is placed in a thick, transparent nylon bag inside the container.
Validity date until 2022 at least required conditions and specifications.
Conditions for submission:
• Offers shall be submitted in one envelope the envelope must be sealed and closed tightly.
• All documents in the envelope must be stamped and signed with the official supplier’s stamp and signature along with envelopes itself to ensure they are sealed
the supplier’s name, company and phone number must written on the envelope from outside.
• Close the envelope tightly with a glue or wax adhesive and seal and sign the place to seal the envelope.
• The supplier’s signature should be over all docs related to the tender.
• Any offer that does not contain all the attachments and papers filled out and sealed is rejected.

You can obtain tender documents by contacting us via the official email:
[email protected]
The response to the e-mail is only during official working hours in Turkey.
The date for receiving offers will be during the period from 29/11/2020 and 04/12/2020
The place of bids submission is the Office of Assistance Coordination Unit located in Turkey – Gaziantep – Incillipinar mahhalesi-3 nolu cadde -Akinalan Ismerkezi -kat2
For more information please contact us on the official email:
[email protected]
Or on (05375641668)

The Information Management Unit of the Assistance Coordination Unit issues a report about the situation of the educational process in the schools of northern Syria camps on an annual basis, aiming to obtain comprehensive information on the reality of education and schools there, changes, developments, and challenges that arise as a result of the ongoing war through surveys which include, in this third edition of the report, perception surveys of students, parents, teachers, and school principals to reflect the educational situation from different perspectives. For the first time, the camps in northeastern Syria are covered in the report, that is Deir-ez-Zor, Al-Hasakeh, Ar-Raqqa governorates, in addition to the eastern countryside of Damascus. For the purpose of this study, the enumerators of the Information Management Unit visited 598 camps outside the regime’s control areas, of which 462 camps that do not contain schools, as schools are only found within 136 camps, and most of which suffer from a shortage of supplies and school equipment. The report includes 9 sections: methodology, general information, school buildings, water, sanitation and hygiene in the schools, school supplies, educational levels and curriculum, students,

psychological support and children with disabilities, teachers, in addition to priorities and recommendations.

The Assistance Coordination Unit hopes that this report will form a clear picture of the reality of the educational process in the northern Syria camps and that it will help the donors and supporting countries better make decisions by highlighting the most acute needs that need to be secured and the shortages and gaps that must be filled in order to improve the educational process in the northern Syria camps.



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The deteriorating humanitarian situation along with the lack of security inside Syria due to the unfolding events has led to having a negative impact on all the sectors in the opposition-held areas, outside the Syrian regime’s control northwestern Syria, particularly the educational sector. All this has contributed to a remarkable increase in the rates of Out of School Children (OOSC). For this, The Information Management Unit of the Assistance Coordination Unit has implemented an assessment of comprehensive
participatory education for Out of School Children (OOSC) for the participatory education report (JENA) in areas outside the Syrian Regime’s control northwestern Syria under the supervision of the education sector in Turkey and Save the Children organization, in collaboration with a group of the Education Cluster’s partners composed of thirteen humanitarian organizations (Bonyan, Takaful Al-Sham, Syria Relief, Matar, Shafaq, Qudra, Banafsaj, Ataa, Bahar, Binaa, Sadad, Midad education without borders
and Ihsan). The study covers 112 communities, including 26 regular and random camps, in addition to 86 cities and towns.
According to the study, the number of school-age children in the NW of Syria (within areas covered in the study) reached 1,712,468 with 34% (582,239 children) of those school-age children being out of school (OOSC).


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December 2019

Schools in Syria

Thematic Report

The Information Management Unit (IMU) issued the 5th edition of its annual report entitled “Schools in Syria 2019” to shed the light on the status of the education sector in all areas outside the Syrian regime’s control, and the growing needs and priorities of the schools and students given the fact that the aforementioned are still heavily affected by the ongoing war in Syria. The IMU tried to expand its coverage in northern Syria; hence, the number of enumerators has been increased to collect data from larger numbers of schools. Based on this, the number of assessed schools in this edition has reached to 4,016 schools, and the number of covered sub-districts has accounted for 78 sub-districts within 6 governorates. For the purpose of this study 38,538 e-forms have been used, and 34,522 surveys have been conducted with students, teachers, parents, and school principals. The 5th edition includes elaborate information on the functional schools’ buildings, water, sanitation and hygiene, school supplies, schooling stages, school days, curricula, certificates, students and teachers along with their needs, psychological support, students with special needs, policies and procedures governing the educational process, non-functional schools, in addition to the priorities and recommendations. The current edition also presents a comparison between the results of this edition and those of the previous editions with regard to several aspects. You can read or download the previous editions of the “Schools in Syria” report at the following links:

Schools in Syria 2018 – Edition 04

Schools in Syria 2017 – Edition 03

Schools in Syria 2016 – Edition 02

Schools in Syria 2014 – Edition 01

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The Information Management Unit (IMU) of the Assistance Coordination Unit (ACU) through its network of field enumerators, and in cooperation with the Ar-Raqqa Provincial Council, prepared a panoramic report on the Ar-Raqqa governorate.

This report reflects the assessed cities’ conditions during May and June 2019 on multi-sectoral level. The report brings to light the basic services in the northern of Ar-Raqqa governorate by providing detailed information on five cities in the north of the governorate, which are the cities of Ar-Raqqa, Ath-Thawrah, Tell Abiad, Ein Issa and Suluk. The report includes multiple sections, including the tribes of Ar-Raqqa governorate, agriculture, and irrigation networks, in addition to the demography, health, bakeries, education, and services that include the sectors of water, sewage system, electricity, and the public road network. This report also presents data at the neighborhood level within the five cities

The report aims to draw attention to the available resources in Ar-Raqqa governorate to enable the local community to make optimal use of them. It furthermore, brings emphasis on the large cities’ centers which provide basic services to the north of the governorate.

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With the lingering war, its bitter reality and unprecedented level of agony, winter approaches again to cast its long shadow over the IDPs camps in northern Syria, add to the existing natural disasters there and weigh heavily on their IDPs.

Hence, and in cooperation with AFAD (Republic of Turkey Ministry of Interior Disaster and Emergency Management Authority), the IMU of the ACU issues its “Northern Syria Camps DYNAMO Report”.

This report reflects the conditions of 320 camps assessed in Aleppo and Idleb governorates by covering multiple sectors and relevant details and circumstances and supporting them with visualized figures and shapes to maximize the impact of the response, perfect its timeliness and proportionality with the size of needs and numbers of IDPs and prevent the risks of the many disasters which taken many lives and added to their tragedies.

The report includes general information on the camps, their residents and suffered difficulties in winter 2019, in addition to the status of the WASH, food security and health sectors and winterization needs there. The report is concluded with some recommendations based on comparing the conditions of those camps with the Sphere Project standards.

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The Information Management Unit (IMU) of the ACU issued the second quarterly bulletin which covers April, May and June 2019.

The bulletin includes a summary of the political and military situation inside Syria, in addition to the key developments in areas outside the regime’s control in the north west of Syria, that is, Idleb governorate, and adjacent countrysides of Aleppo and Hama governorates during the aforementioned months which also witnessed the killing of 626 civilians, among whom, 140 children, 83 women, and1,481 injuries due to the severe bombardment and airstrikes of the regime and its Russian ally.

The bulletin also includes information regarding the fires which broke out in the agricultural lands and crops, and updates on the security situation in the north west of Syria, and statistics about the number of injuries and civilian victims who fell dead due to the deteriorating of the security situation.

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