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Education and Protection for Syrians and vulnerable Jordanians - Phase II (Jordan)


Titre : Education and Protection for Syrians and vulnerable Jordanians - Phase II (Jordan)

Pays : Jordan

Partenaire (s) : CARE Österreich, Verein für Entwicklungszusammenarbeit und humanitäre Hilfe

Période d’exécution : Project start : 01.01.2021 // End : 31.07.2021

This project aims to foster resilience and protection of Syrian refugees and host community members and increase the protection of refugee and Jordanian girls and boys from GBV and child protection risks.

Groupe cible/ Beneficiaires  : A total of 1,810 persons will benefit directly from the project in Amman, Mafraq, Irbid, and Zarqa : 1) Reduced protection risks and vulnerability of Syrian and Jordanian children (658 children, 50% Syrian, 50% Jordanian) ; 2) Positive coping mechanisms and protection for the most vulnerable Syrian refugee and Jordanian beneficiaries in governorates of Amman, Irbid, Mafraq and Zarqa have been strengthened. (300 beneficiaries and 50% Syrian, 50% Jordanian), and peer-to-peer activities (50 beneficiaries and 50% Syrian, 50% Jordanian) ; ) CARE’s front-line employees improved their self-care awareness and stress management skills that are important to avoid burnout (52 employees).

Indirect beneficiaries : 8,668 persons

-Identify and select beneficiaries -Distribute cash assistance to conditional cash for protection and education (CCPE) beneficiaries for 5 months during the scholastic year ; -Follow up with schools and caregivers on students’ attendance to school and academic performance ; -Conduct Case Management sessions for targeted households to determine their needs, risks, and vulnerabilities ; -Design the referral plan and conduct the internal and external referrals ; -Conduct psychosocial support activities and peer-to-peer group sessions for targeted participants ; -Conduct self-care activities for front-line staff about team building activities, stress management, and individual consultation sessions.

Financement : AKF
Budget  : € 500.000,00

Austrian Development Agency

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