By: Mark Leon Goldberg on July 31, 2012 Today’s map of the day comes via the UN Refugee Agency As of July 27, there were over 127,000 Syrian refugees in neighboring countries. About 7,000 new refugees have arrived in the last week alone. Turkey is home to the largest number of refugees, followed by Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq. The money to help feed, clothes, immunize, and in general provide humanitarian relief to these refugees is slow in coming. The UN office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs is asking for $193 million to pay for the basic humanitarian needs of these refugees, and so far only $64.3 million has been delivered. That’s about 33% of what is required.