- Building resilience in response to the Syria Crisis - A UNDP project compendium for partners
- Jordan Inter-Sector Working Group Update - April 2015
- UNHCR: Vulnerability Assessment Framework Baseline Survey May 2015
Appeals & Funding
- Jordan Response Plan 2015 for the Syria Crisis
- Syria Crisis Guide to Giving
Gordon Brown explains the importance of providing education for young people in crisis situations. Credit: UN News Centre
21 May 2015 – The United Nations education envoy told journalists in New York today that “shocking figures” relating to the position of children in emergency situations underlined the need for a new humanitarian fund to ensure the education of millions of children.
Objectives of the VAF Baseline Report
To present the results of the Vulnerability Assessment Model from a randomised statistically representative survey across the Kingdom of Jordan.
To present an introduction to both the Welfare Model and the Sector Vulnerability rating models and to provide context and background to their design.
To identify the limitations of VAF data and models thereby providing guidance on their application.
Rule of Law Global Programme Annual Report 2014
The rule of law lies at the centre of the relationship between society and the state. Measures to establish or strengthen the rule of law are the basis for creating accountability among people as well as between citizens and their governments. Since 2008, UNDP has been a leader in supporting the rule of law in countries affected by crisis through its Global Programme to Strengthen the Rule of Law in Crisis-Affected and Fragile Situations.
UN delivering improved health services for over five million Palestinians according to new report
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency, UNRWA, is delivering improved health services to millions of Palestine refugees across the Middle East because of root and branch reforms. These are the findings of a new report from UNRWA’s Health Department published today in Geneva. Indicators include a decrease in the average number of daily medical consultations per doctor, an increase in consultation times and decrease in antibiotics prescription rates.