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Over USD 22.7 million USD has been provided in cash assistance to vulnerable refugees and Jordanians since the beginning of the year. 19/05/2015
10,500 Syrian and 3,919 host community children received non certified informal and basic skills training in April. 19/05/2015
The Oral polio vaccine campaign covered urban areas in April and is ongoing in refugee camps in May. 373,622 children under the age of 5 have been served. 19/05/2015
The National WASH in Schools assessment has been completed in 3174 schools 19/05/2015
The VAF welfare model results show that 86% of Syrian refugee individuals are living below the Jordanian poverty line of 68 JOD per capita per month. 19/05/2015
Eight Syrian refugee students were admitted to the University of Duhok for the academic year 2015-2016. University of Duhok declared that Syrian refugees will receive equal treatment to that of the host community. 19/05/2015
The number of refugees being admitted to Gawilan camp is increasing significantly, which is adding more pressure on the remaining few plots. It is anticipated that the camp will be full by the end of May, 2015. 19/05/2015
As of April 19, 2015, 46,503 Syrian nationals living in Jordan were issued with new MoI service cards. 27/04/2015
In the first quarter, a total 38,005 Syrians and host community members received legal information, counseling and or representation. 27/04/2015
Between January and March, 21,625 children were senstized on child protection issues, services available and referral pathways. 27/04/2015

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