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The Shelter and NFI Sector in Syria was activated in 2012. Globally, the sector approach (in most countries the sector is referred to as cluster) forms a key component of the Transformative Agenda and aims to facilitate more timely and consistent assistance to the internally displaced and other affected people in complex emergencies and disasters. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is the sector lead agency for both Shelter and NFI Sector in Syria.  

For Shelter Sector, UNHCR is co-leading it with Syria's Ministry of Local Administration & Environment (MOLA). More than rehabilitating shelters, the sector, together with its partners, provides hope to vulnerable displaced people. In every shelter project that the sector provides, it helps these people get back on their feet. Ranging from live-saving shelter support to resilient-oriented shelter assistance, the sector has been committed to provide durable and long-term shelter solutions to all affected population in Syria. To date, the Shelter Sector has over 20 participating agencies. 

The NFI Sector, on the otherhand, has over 100 partners including from the government, national and international NGOs and agencies, as well as the United Nations. Beyond the provision of essential NFI items, the sector brings hope to the most vulnerable people. As they cope the effects of protracted conflict and displacement, the sector helps improve their level of resilience and ensure their protection by providing them the immediate relief support that they need. The sector will continue to alleviate the suffering of Syrian people and bring back their dignity. 

 
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