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Vulnerability Assessment Framework (VAF): Population Study 2019

Status: Published 1 October 2018 - 30 November 2018
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Methodology: Published, widgets.needs_assessment.status.5, widgets.needs_assessment.status.6
Methodology description:
Target population: Other Refugee Urban / Rural Population
Target settlement: Privately hosted, Individual accommodation (not hosted)
Unit of Measurement: Household

Vulnerability Assessment Framework (VAF): Population Study 2019

Status: Published 1 October 2018 - 30 November 2018
Funded
Methodology: Household key informant interviews, Individual key informant interviews, Secondary Data Review
Methodology description:
Target population: Other Refugee Urban / Rural Population
Target settlement: Privately hosted, Individual accommodation (not hosted)
Unit of Measurement: Household
The 2019 Vulnerability Assessment Framework (VAF) population study explores different types of vulnerability dimensions across multiple sectors from a representative sample of registered Syrian refugees in Jordan. This study provides information about vulnerabilities within the targeted population and contributes to reflection within UNHCR on how to interpret their multisectorial Home Visit assessments. By exploring relationships between vulnerability indicators and other data collected, the report outlines key trends and relationships. The report details predefined VAF indicators and then provides an in-depth descriptive analysis for each sector. The concluding section suggests links these results to make a series of recommendations on how to improve the identification of vulnerability within the Syrian refugee population in Jordan. UNHCR Jordan commissioned the 2019 VAF Population study to monitor the defined vulnerability indicators for a randomly selected representative sample of the registered Syrian refugee population. The core objectives of the study are to: 1. Update the aggregated vulnerability tables for the VAF indicators and identify any trends. 2. Explore the data to determine the most important correlations between sectoral indicators other elements within the data collected. 3. Identify programming and policy recommendations related to the Syrian refugee crisis in Jordan.

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Sectors

  •  Health
  •  Water Sanitation Hygiene
  •  Food Security
  •  Education
  •  Basic Needs
  •  Shelter / Other Infrastructure

Locations

  • Jordan
  • Jordan

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