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Relief Aid for Syrian Refugees and vulnerable Jordanians

According to the UNHCR data of October 2015, Jordan registered 629 152 refugees out of which 50.7% are women and 49.1% are men. In Jordan resources are scarce. The country struggles with shortages of food, little access to agricultural land, limited water resources and lack of energy sources. Most Syrian refugees who have found shelter in Jordan live in urban areas among the Jordanian community. Most of them reside in the vicinity of Amman and in northern governorships – in Irbid, Mafraq and Zarqa. The rest of the refugees are staying in camps. Refugees residing there have access to basic services such as housing and health care. The refugees living among local communities have to bear the cost of rent, transportation and medical care. In addition, refugees have limited access to the local labour market due to the high level of unemployment, especially among young people.

Relief Aid for Syrian Refugees and vulnerable Jordanians

The aim of the project is to provide food for 250 households (1 250 people) in order to: secure the basic nutrition needs in the form of vouchers with the amount of 50 Jordanian dinars (JOD) per month for a period of 6 months, provide a fresh assortment for 150 families who have specific nutritional and health needs (meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy products, fruits and vegetables) in the form of vouchers with the amount of 30 JOD per month for a period of 5 months, provide nutritional formulas for infants for 150 families who have children aged 6-12 months who need this type of food in the form of vouchers for the amount of 20 JOD per month for a period of 4 months.