Jordan hosts asylum seekers and refugees from different neighbouring countries. As of 31st December 2016, 655,344 (514,274 and 141,070 in urban and camps respectively) Syrian refugees have been registered with UNHCR Jordan office since the onset of crisis in 2011. In addition, Jordan hosts asylum seekers and refugees from Iraq, Sudan, Yemen and Somalia.
United Nations (UN) and Partners
Humanitarian Response for Syrian Refugees in Jordan
Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) - Health Sector Gender Analysis
Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA)
Sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) violates universally recognized international legal norms and standards and has always been unacceptable behavior and prohibited conduct for humanitarian workers. It brings harm to those whom the UN and humanitarian agencies are mandated to protect, and jeopardizes the reputation of these agencies and their ability to provide protection.
Infants 0–6 months
Children 6–59 Months
PLW Women of reproductive age (including adolescent girls)
Older people (60 years and over)
Vulnerable groups with special nutrition needs