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Increasing life-saving protection and resilience for refugee and Jordanian children and youth in Jordan through Education in Emergencies and resilience strategies. – JOR933

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Titre : Increasing life-saving protection and resilience for refugee and Jordanian children and youth in Jordan through Education in Emergencies and resilience strategies. – JOR933

Pays : Jordan
Localisation : Irbid, Mafraq, Amman, Zarqa, North and South Azraq town

N° projet : JOR933

Dates : 01.06.2018 – 31.05.2019

Descriptif
The project builds upon successful past programing funded by ECHO focusing on Education in Emergencies programs implemented in collaboration with Ministry of Education and Madrasati, as a key educational Royal initiative ; this program aims at increasing child protection by returning at-risk children to school and its protective environment and creating safe educational spaces, building the capacity of schools principals, teachers and partners to address GBV, bullying and key protection issues. Furthermore, it aims to protect the most vulnerable families, people with disabilities, and children through comprehensive protection programs : information provision, assessing their vulnerabilities, providing them with cash to cover their basic needs, enrolling children back to school and combating early and enforced marriage and child labour issues. CARE will link the education and protection programs with its well-structured livelihood and economic empowerment programs by enrolling those needy beneficiaries in said programs so they graduate from their vulnerabilities and poverty issues.

Objectifs
* Principal Objective : Supporting vulnerable families affected by the Syria crisis to enhance their children’s access to education through Education in Emergency Programming, thereby enhancing their long-term development and stability, and to address their urgent needs.
* Specific Objective : To respond to the most urgent needs of the most vulnerable refugee and Jordanian women, girls, boys and men in Jordan while providing safe and protective learning through Education in Emergencies and enhancing access to quality education.

Bénéficiaires : This project will target 1,300 households (6,500 persons) through Conditional Cash Assistance for Education in Emergencies. 2,700 children will be targeted via Madrasati remedial classes, in 18 remedial centres. An additional 126 beneficiaries, teachers and school administrators (70 from 10 schools and 56 from 8 new schools, 7 per school ; 7 teachers X18 schools), will be targeted through Madrasati capacity-building activities. In total, 30% of the beneficiaries will be Jordanian.

Financement : Union Européenne - - Haberkorn
Budget : € 2.450.000

Fiche projet : CARE Autriche

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