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2017

SUPPORT FOR VULNERABLE SYRIAN REFUGEES AND JORDANIANS IN JORDAN

Jordanie

Titre : SUPPORT FOR VULNERABLE SYRIAN REFUGEES AND JORDANIANS IN JORDAN

Pays : Jordanie

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

Code projet : 2694-02/2017

Période d’exécution : 01.07.2017 — 30.06.2018

Contexte
With the Syria crisis being in its 7th year Syrian refugees, Jordanian support system and Jordanian host communities are under immense pressure. Jordan hosts more than 660.000 Syrian refugees registered through UNHCR (and many more unregistered Syrians) as of June 1st 2017. Registered refugees receive support from UNHCR and various other INGOs, however this support does not always cover their most urgent needs. As a result, refugees and vulnerable Jordanian resort to negative coping mechanisms such as reducing daily intake of calories/meals, purchasing food and other necessary items on credit or entering under aged children into the workforce or into early marriage. 78.5% of registered Syrian refugees live in urban areas outside of camps, which has had a tremendous impact on the local host community.

Overall goal
The overall goal of the project is to provide life-saving support and protection for the most vulnerable people in Jordan who are affected by the Syria crisis, by responding to the most urgent needs of vulnerable refugees and Jordanians.

Activities
* Activity 1.1 Assess most urgent needs and provide in-depth case management and provide referral to 1,700 HHs (8,500 individuals) ; * Activity 1.2 Provide assessment and case management to 150 housebound HHs (750 individuals) and other vulnerable beneficiaries unable to reach community centers through CARE’s outreach team ; * Activity 1.3 Provide assessment for 6,000 individuals in Azraq Camp.
* Activity 2.1. Distribution of Emergency Cash Assistance to 1,090 vulnerable HHs (5,450 individuals) in urban areas ; * Activity 2.2. Distribution of Emergency Cash Assistance to 5,500 vulnerable individuals in Azraq camp.
* Activity 3.1 Distribution of winterization cash assistance to 80 vulnerable houleholds in the urban areas ; * Activity 3.2 Distribution of Non-Food Items (NFIs) to 120 HHs unable to reach community centres, including disabled, elderly, and pregnant women in particular.

Financement : € 530.000,00

Austrian Development Agency

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