UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is pleased to announce Dominik Bartsch as its new representative in Jordan.
For the first time in Jordan, refugees of all nationalities have been given the opportunity to study for a TVET Diploma alongside Jordanians in a scholarship sponsored by UNHCR and Luminus Technical University College
Find out more about UNHCR’s work for refugees over the past year
Zaatari’s recently opened Innovation Lab is leading the way in giving refugee youth access to new technologies
Kawthar and her family of six came to Jordan in 2012 as refugees from Syria with dreams of owning their own business. Seven years later, she has become the very first Syrian to register her home-based business in Jordan.
Since 2007, UNHCR’s DAFI Scholarship programme funded by the German Government has played a vital role in bridging the gap between demand for and availability of higher education places for refugees in Jordan giving almost 900 students access to university scholarships.