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Thousands are fleeing across borders every day, while others are leaving their homes to safer areas and at least 6.5 million people have taken shelter in public buildings, parks and with host families. Support mechanisms are under increasing pressure due to the limited and depleting resources of host families and local communities. The crisis has also exacerbated per-existing levels of poverty and unemployment especially in rural areas. As an immediate response to the emerging needs of the Syrian population, and in line with the Syrian Humanitarian Response Plan (SHARP), UNDP has revised its program in order to better address the emerging needs of affected populations and communities.