CARE International in Jordan uses the assessment to identify, analyze, and track the needs, vulnerabilities, and coping mechanisms of refugees and host communities in Jordan.
English: In April 2018, CARE Syria and CARE UK contracted GK Consulting LLC (US) to conduct a research study on changing gender roles and norms amongst Syrian women refugees. This research was an extension of CARE’s 2018-2019 Syria Resilience Researc
CARE Jordan recognizes their dedicated women team members.
How urban Syrian refugees, vulnerable Jordanians and other refugees in Jordan are being impacted by the Syria crisis
CARE’s 2017 assessment examines trends in Jordan among respondents, looking at needs, coping strategies and perceptions after six years of crisis in Syria.
The challenges faced by Syrian refugees outside camps in Jordan and how they and their host communities are coping.
This study aims to enhance the understanding of the needs and capacities of urban Syrian refugees and host communities, in particular women and girls, and to identify trends by comparison with CARE’s two baseline assessments.