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Syrian refugee camps

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Turkey

In Turkey, the population of Syrian refugees in 22 of the government-run camps is estimated to be around 217,000 people. As of 16th of June 2016, there are total of 2,739,326 registered Syrian refugees living in Turkey inside or outside the camps and much more unregistered. The rest do their best to make ends meet in communities across the country. These are some of the camps:

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  • Kilis Oncupinar camp
  • Islahiye camp
  • Osmaniye camp
  • Nizip camp
  • Karkamis camp
  • Akcakale camp
  • Ceylanpinar-Telhamut camp
  • Kahramanmaraş refugee camp
  • Jordan

  • Azraq refugee camp
  • Mrajeeb Al Fhood refugee camp
  • Zaatari refugee camp
  • Iraq

    There are no refugee camps outside of the Kurdish region of Iraq.

    Iraqi Kurdistan

    Dohuk:

  • Domiz1 refugee camp
  • Domiz2 refugee camp
  • Moqebleh refugee camp
  • Gawilan refugee camp
  • Akre castle refugee camp
  • Erbil:

  • Kawergosk refugee camp
  • Basirma refugee camp
  • Qushtapa refugee camp
  • Darashakran refugee camp
  • Sulaymaniyah:

  • Arbat transit camp
  • Lebanon

  • Shatila refugee camp
  • Republic of Macedonia

  • Gevgelija refugee camp
  • Tabanovce refugee camp
  • Greece

    In Greece, the refugee camps opened in response to the European migrant crisis host Syrian refugees (54.9% of arrivals) followed by Afghan (24.6%) and Iraqi refugees (11.0%).

    Greek mainland, as of 23/06/2016:
    Epirus

  • Doliana refugee camp
  • Katsika refugee camp
  • Konitsa refugee camp
  • Filippada refugee camp
  • Tselepevo refugee camp

  • Central Macedonia

  • Alexandreia refugee camp
  • Cherso refugee camp
  • Derveni Alexill
  • Eko refugee camp (evicted)
  • Diavata refugee camp
  • Giannitsa refugee camp
  • Idomeni refugee camp (evicted)
  • Kalochori - Iliadi
  • Lagadika (UNHCR) refugee camp
  • Nea kavala refugee camp
  • Oraiokastro refugee camp
  • Piera (camping Nireas) refugee camp
  • Piera (Ktima Iraklis) refugee camp
  • Piera (Petra Olybou) refugee camp
  • Sinatex Kavalari refugee camp
  • Sindos Frakaport refugee camp
  • Sindos Karamanilis building
  • Softex refuee camp
  • Thessaloniki port refugee camp
  • Vasilika refugee camp
  • Veria refugee camp
  • Viagiohori refugee camp

  • Eastern Macedonia and Thrace

  • Chalkero refugee camp
  • Drama refugee camp

  • Western Greece

  • Andravidas refugee camp

  • Central Greece

  • Oiuofyta refugee camp
  • Ritsona refugee camp
  • Thermopiles refugee camp

  • Thessalia

  • Kipselochori refugee camp
  • Larissa refugee camp
  • Volos refugee camp

  • Attica

  • Agios Andreas refugee camp
  • Elefsina refugee camp
  • Eleonas refugee camp
  • Elliniko I refugee camp
  • Elliniko II refugee camp
  • Elliniko III refugee camp
  • Lavrio refugee camp
  • Lavrio accommodation facility
  • Malakasa refugee camp
  • Piraeus port refugee camp
  • Schisto refugee camp
  • Skaramagas port refugee camp
  • Victoria Square refugee camp

  • Greek Islands, as of 10/06/2016:

    North Aegean

    Lesvos

  • 3 transit camps
  • Moria immigrant detention center

  • Chios

  • Chios refugee camp
  • Vial immigrant detention center

  • Samos

  • 3 unnamed refugee camps
  • Vathy immigrant detention center

  • South Aegean

    Leros

  • Lepida immigrant detention center

  • Kos

  • Kos immigrant detention center

  • Rhodes

  • Rhodes refugee camp
  • References

    Syrian refugee camps Wikipedia


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