So far the UK has provided £348 million to assist those most in need as a result of the Syria crisis. The money is being spent through a combination of partners and UN agencies, specifically the World Food Programme and the UN Refugee Agency. This funding has provided food for over 285,000 people a month, water for almost 1 million people and approximately 300,000 medical consultations.
We are currently in discussions with our partners to allocate an additional £52 million based on a continuous assessment of needs. The Secretary of State during her recent visit to the region announced that £10 million of this will be allocated to needs in Jordan. We also intend to increase our emphasis in helping the 1 million children refugees.