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  • 3,634 work permits were issued during January 2018.
    highlight 15 Jan 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • -SGBV WG in June conducted meetings with other sectors to update the GBV risk mitigation strategy with education and livelihood. -The Taskforce organized a training for new case workers who are responsible to collect and input data in the system. The training targeted 21 case workers (19 Female, 2 male) from five data gathering organizations.
    highlight 11 Jul 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • -The Protection Working Group commenced to review the status and protection concerns of refugees from countries other than Syria, with the support of several NGOs whose work is focused on these refugees.
    highlight 11 Jul 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Basic Needs: in June, the Basic Needs Working Group provided around 5,322,295 US$ worth of regular cash, winterization assistances and non-food item (NFIs) to vulnerable beneficiaries from the refugee and host Community.
    highlight 15 Jul 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Shelter: by end of May a total of 3,497 Shelters were upgraded and repaired in Azraq and Zaatari camps.
    highlight 15 Jul 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • WASH: in June, WASH services were provided to 125,000 Syrian refugees, living in Azraq, Zaatari, and King Abdullah camps and host communities.
    highlight 15 Jul 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • Shelter: by end of May a total of 3,250 Shelters were upgraded and repaired in Azraq and Zaatari camps.
    highlight 21 Jun 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • WASH: in May, WASH services were provided to 121,002 Syrian refugees, living in Azraq, Zaatari, and King Abdulla camps and host communities.
    highlight 21 Jun 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • { May Highlights } ------------------ JHF/ OCHA - Eight proposals were received from different national and international organizations, early May the SAG reviewed them all and share sector recommendation with OCHA. OCHA board accepted three proposals including renal dialysis project by QRC, the JPS project to support secondary health care for priority emergency obstetric and neonatal cases and cash for health project by MEDAIR. Nutrition Sub Working Group:  The preparations for the micro-nutrient deficiency survey has finished. The protocol, the questionnaires and the agreements with the IPS are ready.  The survey will include everyone in the country including the refugees in the camps (Zaatari, Azraq and EJC)  Data collection will start in September. Reproductive Health Sub Working Group (RHSWG):  Advocacy efforts to revoke the January 2018 new policy for providing RH services to Syrian refugees continue. The MCH Directorate with the support of the group has succeed in obtaining prime ministry’s approval to exclude preventive RH services to Syrian refugees from the new policy. The decision is subjected to a final approval from Health Insurance Administration in order to be implemented. Mental Health:  MHPSS adopting online 4ws mapping tool, and in contact with MHPSS.NET global network to support implementation of the 4Ws online mapping.  WHO and MoH launched the new updated mental health and substance use Action Plan 2018-2021. Berm Situation:  There is a significant increase in the number of patients during May. The average of patients per day is 230. A total of 30,730 visits to Rukban clinic for medical consultation, management and treatment and 942 cases of admission to Jordan since December, 2016  Upper respiratory tract infections are the most common acute health conditions with 25% of acute consultations being for this reason.  The most prevalent chronic condition is hypertension constituted 29% of all chronic consultations. Zaatari Camp:  The Handover process between IMC and MSF for their location completed. The caravans will be utilized to strengthen the secondary health care system inside the camp by Moroccan field hospital and IMC clinics.  Second round of rodent campaign took place in the camp from May 22nd to June 7th. Health Care providers in the camp were sensitized about the implementation locations, the signs and symptoms of poisoning, and cases to be directed to Moroccan field hospital to be given the antidote.
    highlight 14 Jun 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan Syrian Arab Republic / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
  • HOPES Scholarship Program for graduate studies funded by the EU “Madad Fund is proud to announce HOPES third scholarships intake for both Syrians and Jordanians. Kindly find below link that shall provide all the needed information, http://www.hopes-madad.org/the-third-intake-of-hopes-scholarships-in-jordan-is-now-open/ ***For inquiries about the HOPES scholarship, please contact us through:  - E-mail: Scholarships@hopes-madad.org  - Telephone No: 06 535 8457- 079 289 5125 (from 10:00 am till 3:00 p.m)
    highlight 04 Jun 2018 (3 years ago)
    Jordan / Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees