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Refugee vaccinations against COVID-19 increase in Jordan

Refugee vaccinations against COVID-19 increase in Jordan

Over half of refugees aged 18 and above living in Jordan have been vaccinated against COVID-19. In addition, when looking at vaccination rates among refugees living in Za’atari and Azraq Camps, 90 percent of adult refugees have received one or more doses of the vaccine.

UNHCR survey reveals positive Jordanian attitude towards refugees

UNHCR survey reveals positive Jordanian attitude towards refugees

New public opinion poll released today by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, in partnership with NAMA Strategic Intelligence Solutions, demonstrates that 92 percent of Jordanians say that they are sympathetic towards refugees.  The survey, which covered representative...

UNHCR welcomes new funding from Japan to support refugees in Jordan

UNHCR welcomes new funding from Japan to support refugees in Jordan

As the Middle East continues to face challenges related to large-scale protracted displacement and the shock of COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of Japan has renewed its commitment to support refugees in Jordan with USD 4,925,925. This contribution will allow UNHCR...