Ten years into the Syria crisis, the UN in Jordan is calling for decisive action to save the future for Syrian refugees.
As the Syria conflict marks its tenth year, refugees in Jordan speak out about the hardships they face but how they remain hopeful about the future.
Cash assistance and refugee solidarity help the most vulnerable refugees cope with exacerbated challenges
Thanks to funding from the European Union, through the EU Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian crisis, the Madad Fund, vulnerable refugee families like Ibtesam’s receive much needed cash assistance.
After Nazir’s work in the construction sector dried up, UNHCR cash assistance helped him provide for his family
Jordan has become one of the world’s first countries to start vaccinations for UNHCR-registered refugees, the UN Refugee Agency, reports today. As part of the national COVID-19 vaccination plan which started this week, anyone living on Jordanian soil, including...
With five mouths to feed, the last couple of months have been particularly tough for Huda, a 36-year-old Syrian refugee and single mother. Living in one of the poorest neighborhoods of East Amman, the six family members share a dilapidated two room apartment where...