To promote economic development and opportunities in Jordan for the benefit of both Jordanians and Syrian refugees. This programme will attract new inward investment and open up economic markets for Jordanian goods and services, creating new jobs for Jordanians and Syrian refugees as set out in the Jordan Compact. The programme will also help Jordanian hosts maintain their resilience and economic stability.
To improve access to education for children whose education has been disrupted by the war in Syria. This will ensure that every child in Jordan, including Syrian refugees, will be in education for the 2016/17 school year, with 50,000 eligible children enrolled into school immediately. The programe will support the Jordan Compact education goals to provide a safe, inclusive and tolerant environment with psychosocial support available to refugee children. .
The purpose of the project is to provide a comprehensive package of support to displaced Syrians - both inside Syria and in neighbouring countries - as well as support to host communities in Lebanon and Jordan. The activities will provide education; healthcare, including psychosocial support services; livelihoods (skills training, apprenticeships, loans), protection services, especially responses to gender based violence, as well as cash grants for essential goods, and non-food items (NFIs).
To strengthen the resilience of countries impacted by the Syrian refugee crisis, particularly Jordan and Lebanon, through supporting new investment in key infrastructure and private sector development. The UK's contribution will achieve this by making new investment in the region more economically viable and by supporting the preparation and implementation of new investments.
Working across Jordan in 18 locations, the project aims to provide stability and cohesion at the local level by increasing the capacity of community leaders and community based organisations to better identify sources of tension and conflict and respond to them through social projects and small scale infrastructure.
To support a World Bank Trust Fund that will release additional grants to six Jordanian Municipalities and communities that are hosting the largest concentration of Syrian refugees. These funds will help deliver additional public services for the benefit of 750,000 Jordanians and 280,000 Syrians.
To provide a comprehensive package of support including child protection, water, sanitation, and hygiene services to displaced vulnerable Syrian refugees and host communities in Jordan
Supporting the economic opportunities component of the Jordan Compact through a range of activities to strengthen the Jordan labour market including job matching and vocational training for both Jordanians and Syrians.
Improve quality and equity of education provision for all early grade primary school children in Jordan and improve refugee children’s psychosocial well being and social cohesion between Syrian refugees and host community children.
Support Jordanian municipalities and host communities address the impacts felt on municipal services (such as solid waste management, community spaces and health related infrastructure) as a result of the Syrian crisis. The project also aims to implement activities that respond to community needs, contribute to employment generation and improvements in socio-economic conditions of specific communities whilst strengthening governance structures and support local governments.