Emergency Household Assistance

  • Jordan


Collateral Repair Project


  • To help refugees who have recently started moved to Amman, Jordan


  • To provide basic necessities to newly arrived refugees

Targeted population:

  • New urban refugees who do not have sufficient money to buy basic necessities

Challenge addressed:

  • Emergency support and basic aid provided to urban refugees
  • Help ease immediate challenges including food insecurity and malnutrition

Program description:

Impact on targeted population:

  • Helped to prevent food and other forms of insecurity
  • Provides urban refugees with greater autonomy and dignity

Impact on host community:

  • Refugees boost the local economy by spending their food vouchers in local markets

Conditions required:

  • Available funds to purchase essential items and cover the costs of food vouchers
  • Markets for refugees to be able to purchase provisions, including vendors who will accept food vouchers


Our impact

  • 3700

    refugees have better access to education and livelihood opportunities

  • 40

    countries in which our partner NGOs are implementing solutions

  • 490

    refugee children benefit from mathematics, english, art and sports classes

  • 700

    women can now support their families

  • 650

    refugees have access to critical healthcare and safety information

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We’ve accomplished so much, but the growing urgency of refugee issues in cities means we have a lot more to do and we can’t do it alone. Support the refugee communities that need it most.

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