Menu

CARE's Fifth Multi-sectoral Urban Needs Assessment

Status: Published 1 April 2016 - 20 April 2016
Funded
Methodology: Planned, Data collection started, Data collection finished, Published, widgets.needs_assessment.status.5, widgets.needs_assessment.status.6, widgets.needs_assessment.status.7
Methodology description: This assessment covers community, household, and individual levels, and using a mixed methodology (qualitative and quantitative) for data collection. Furthermore, both secondary and primary data must be considered, and this will include:  Comprehensive literature review and mapping exercise (map of available information)  Analysis of data compiled in CARE’s Refugee Database  10-15 Key informant interviews with INGO, NGO and CBO staff, and relevant Jordanian Ministries (Social Development, Planning & International Cooperation, and Labor)  20-25 Focus group discussions with Syrian refugees and Jordanian host community members;  Semi – structured interviews with individuals (Syrian refugees (beneficiaries, non-beneficiaries) and Jordanians) - At least 2,000 questionnaire including 80% Syrian non-camp refugees, 20% host community;  Systematization of information collected;  Analysis of information and comparison with baseline / 2015 assessment data as well as field-specific humanitarian agencies reports;  Triangulation of data and information from multiple sources as possible.
Sampling: Random
Sampling size: 2000
Target population: Displaced - Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Urban / Rural Population, Host Communities, Other Refugee Urban / Rural Population, Non-Displaced - Host
Target settlement: Privately hosted, Individual accommodation (not hosted)
Measurement: Community, Household, Individual

CARE's Fifth Multi-sectoral Urban Needs Assessment

Status: Published 1 April 2016 - 20 April 2016
Funded
Methodology: Direct Observation, Focus Group Discussion, Community Key informant, Household key informant interviews, Individual key informant interviews, Secondary Data Review, Other
Methodology description: This assessment covers community, household, and individual levels, and using a mixed methodology (qualitative and quantitative) for data collection. Furthermore, both secondary and primary data must be considered, and this will include:  Comprehensive literature review and mapping exercise (map of available information)  Analysis of data compiled in CARE’s Refugee Database  10-15 Key informant interviews with INGO, NGO and CBO staff, and relevant Jordanian Ministries (Social Development, Planning & International Cooperation, and Labor)  20-25 Focus group discussions with Syrian refugees and Jordanian host community members;  Semi – structured interviews with individuals (Syrian refugees (beneficiaries, non-beneficiaries) and Jordanians) - At least 2,000 questionnaire including 80% Syrian non-camp refugees, 20% host community;  Systematization of information collected;  Analysis of information and comparison with baseline / 2015 assessment data as well as field-specific humanitarian agencies reports;  Triangulation of data and information from multiple sources as possible.
Sampling: Random
Sampling size: 2000
Target population: Displaced - Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Urban / Rural Population, Host Communities, Other Refugee Urban / Rural Population, Non-Displaced - Host
Target settlement: Privately hosted, Individual accommodation (not hosted)
Measurement: Community, Household, Individual
The primary purpose of this assessment is to better understand the current needs and capacities of Urban Syrian Refugees and Jordanian Host Communities, and the trends and changes over time “by comparison with data from previous CARE Urban assessments”; in order to identify gaps, and provide recommendations for future programming and informing advocacy efforts.

Partners


Sectors

  •  Health
  •  Water Sanitation Hygiene
  •  Protection
  •  Food Security
  •  Emergency Shelter and NFI
  •  Education
  •  Basic Needs
  •  Livelihood & Social cohesion

Locations

  • Jordan
  • Syrian Arab Republic

Related Documents