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09 Jul 2018 description

The present document was prepared for the Brussels II Conference.
The document was jointly developed by the Government of Jordan, the EU and the United Nations.

09 Aug 2017 description


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY With the Syria crisis entering its seventh year in 2017, Jordan is hosting some 1.266 million Syrians,1 of which 655,833 are registered as refugees.2 Providing for their needs, without jeopardizing Jordanian people, institutions and systems’ development gains and opportunities, has impacted heavily on Jordan’s finances, increasing government expenditures on subsidies, public services and security, while further compounding the negative economic consequences of regional instability.

31 Mar 2015 description
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Appeal - English version
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Appeal - Arabic version
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Executive Summary - English version
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Executive Summary - Arabic version
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Response Plan - English version
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Annexes - English version


With the conflict in Syria entering its fifth year in 2015, Jordan is hosting 1.4 million Syrians, of whom 646,700 are refugees. Eighty-five per cent of refugees live outside camps in some of the poorest areas of the country, and a significant proportion are classified as extremely vulnerable. Approximately 23.5 per cent of all Syrian refugees are women, and almost 53 per cent are children, 18 per cent of whom are under five years of age.

15 Dec 2014 description

4 December 2014 – The Jordanian government today endorsed a one-year program to consolidate all major national and international efforts to address the impacts of the Syria crisis in Jordan. The Plan is the first nationally-led effort of its kind, and embeds the refugee response into national development plans, helping to implement sustainable service delivery systems to better and more effectively meet the needs of both refugees and the Jordanian communities hosting them.

07 Jul 2008 description

Amman, 7/7/2008, (Media & Communication Directorate - Royal Hashemite Court) -- His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday said it is important to enhance services in the fields of education, health and the youth sector in Hittin refugee camp.

During a meeting at the Royal Court with members of the We are All Jordan Youth Commission from the camp, a young task force charged with compiling a report on the needs of the camp under a nationwide initiative, King Abdullah expressed willingness to extend support that would improve services in the camp.

Members of the task force reviewed …