Azraq is home to 36,785 Syrian refugees, nearly 21% are under five years old.
61% are children, including 100 unaccompanied and separated children.
1,350 Syrian refugees (3.67%) have disabilities in the camp.
1 in 4 households are headed by women.
8,693 shelters are currently in use in the camp.
All allocated shelters in the camp are connected to electricity.
Working with Partners
▪ The camp management is co-coordinated by Syrian Refugee Affairs Directorate (SRAD) and UNHCR. The camp has the potential to be expanded to accommodate 120,000 - 130,000 refugees at maximum capacity. The village-based approach aims to foster a greater sense of ownership and community among residents. The camp has a coordination mechanism composed of different agencies, which include camp coordination, inter-agency community representatives’ meetings, sectors and Task Force meetings including information sessions.