Jordan has received several waves of refugees over the past decades, the most recent influx consisting of Syrian refugees seeking safety from the prolonged civil war. The arrival of significant numbers of refugees has placed considerable strains on Jordan’s economy, which faces a number of pre-existing structural challenges, including widespread unemployment. REACH has been active in Jordan since 2012 supporting aid actors responding to the refugee influx.
Jordan - Support Economic Growth and Sustainable, Diversified Income Creation in Jordan
Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria - Mixed Migration Platform (MMP) Separated families
Jordan - Comprehensive Child Focused Assessment - Azraq & Zaatari Camps
Jordan- WASH Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) Survey in Azraq refugee camp
Jordan - Multi-sector Needs Assessment in Vulnerable Out-of-reach Communities (VOC)
Jordan - WASH Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) Survey in Zaatari Refugee Camp