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Interagency Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Study of Syrian Refugees in Host Communities in North Jordan

Status: Published 1 March 2013 - 1 April 2013
Not funded
Sampling: Random
Sampling size: 2,500 households
Target population: Urban / Rural Population

Interagency Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Study of Syrian Refugees in Host Communities in North Jordan

Status: Published 1 March 2013 - 1 April 2013
Not funded
Sampling: Random
Sampling size: 2,500 households
Target population: Urban / Rural Population
To better understand the situation of the registered and unregistered refugees living outside Zaatari camp in March 2013. The focus is on water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), with a secondary focus on basic demographics, livelihoods, shelter, and food security.

Priorities
Soap, increase hygiene kits and ensure standards are maintained, test water quality, Increase access to water, hygiene promotion, repairs to toilets, livelihoods activities, involve more hospitals and clinics in health promotion, cash, food and rent assistance

Main Findings
Spending greater than income, 3/4 of population problems accessing hygiene items, half difficulties accessing bath, 65% eat les than in Syria.

Partners


Sectors

  •  Health
  •  Water Sanitation Hygiene
  •  Food Security
  •  Emergency Shelter and NFI
  •  Cash Assistance
  •  Core Relief Items (CRIs)

Locations

  • Jordan
  • Irbid Governorate
  • Mafraq Governorate
  • Mafraq
  • Balqa Governorate
  • Jarash Governorate
  • Ajlun Governorate
  • Syrian Arab Republic

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