Nutrition, health, mental health and Care practices
Food security and livelihoods Water
Places of interventions
Jordan receives more than 620,000 Syrian refugees, that is, almost 10% of the country’s population. 85% of them live in host communities in the governorates of Amman, Ajloun, Mafraq and Irbid. ACF has been working in Jordan since 2013, mainly within the host communities where living is extremely expensive for the refugees. The huge influx of hundreds of thousands of people has destabilised the local economy and the social services, making life equally difficult for vulnerable Jordanian families.
The main factors causing this imbalance are unemployment, low incomes, and rents which have increased by 300% in some areas. In the governorates of Irbid and Ajloun, ACF tailored its response to the needs of the refugees and vulnerable Jordanian families by setting up water, sanitation and hygiene programmes, by redeveloping accommodation, and by offering financial help or psychosocial support.
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