The Winterization Task Force was formed in order to better coordinate the winterization assistance provided to Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians. It meets in a bi- monthly basis, with membership of representatives of about fifteen NGO and UN agencies mainly from the NFI, Cash and Shelter Sectors. The main purposes of the Winterization TF are to - Identify the winter needs of most vulnerable Syrians and Jordanians – standardize the provision of winterization assistance - coordinate the winterization interventions in urban and camps by minimising the risk of duplication - facilitate the flow of information between agencies, and other for a through the regular update of the Winterization dashboard - facilitate the referrals process among agencies by promoting the use of common database and other of line tools - ensure that gender equality programming is properly reflected in winterization activities.
As part of efforts to assist the most vulnerable refugees in Jordan during the winter months, UNHCR provided $34.8 million in cash to over 235,000 refugees (56,000 families) of all nationalities livin...
Published: 1 March 2018 (2 years ago)
Uploaded: 3 April 2018 (2 years ago)
The 2019 Vulnerability Assessment Framework (VAF) population study explores different types of vulnerability dimensions across multiple sectors from a representative sample of registered Syrian refuge...
Published: 7 April 2019 (1 year ago)
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