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WORLD BANK THREE-COUNTRY QUALITATIVE STUDY ON SYRIAN REFUGEES - JORDAN STUDY

Status: Data collection finished 1 August 2016 - 28 August 2016
Funded
Methodology: Data collection started, widgets.needs_assessment.status.5
Methodology description: Methods: The methods include focus groups (FGs), semi-structured in-depth interviews (IDIs) and vignettes. a. Focus Groups: 4 FGs per site – 2 with men and 2 with women. We are interested in understanding how social networks operate. Therefore, one FG with each gender will be with participants who belong to the same social network (a close-ties FG) and a second one for each gender will comprise participants who have distant ties to each other (a mixed-ties FG). To construct mixed ties groups, in each site 10 participants for each gender between the ages of 20-50 will be randomly selected from UNHCR registration records (and who are therefore unlikely to know each or be socially proximate). We have a signed agreement with UNHCR for access and use of registration data in all 3 countries.
Sampling: Stratified
Sampling size:
Target population: Population in Camp, Urban / Rural Population
Measurement: Individual

WORLD BANK THREE-COUNTRY QUALITATIVE STUDY ON SYRIAN REFUGEES - JORDAN STUDY

Status: Data collection finished 1 August 2016 - 28 August 2016
Funded
Methodology: Focus Group Discussion, Individual key informant interviews
Methodology description: Methods: The methods include focus groups (FGs), semi-structured in-depth interviews (IDIs) and vignettes. a. Focus Groups: 4 FGs per site – 2 with men and 2 with women. We are interested in understanding how social networks operate. Therefore, one FG with each gender will be with participants who belong to the same social network (a close-ties FG) and a second one for each gender will comprise participants who have distant ties to each other (a mixed-ties FG). To construct mixed ties groups, in each site 10 participants for each gender between the ages of 20-50 will be randomly selected from UNHCR registration records (and who are therefore unlikely to know each or be socially proximate). We have a signed agreement with UNHCR for access and use of registration data in all 3 countries.
Sampling: Stratified
Sampling size:
Target population: Population in Camp, Urban / Rural Population
Measurement: Individual
The qualitative study accompanies a quantitative survey on Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and the Kurdistan region of Iraq. The objective of the qualitative component is to understand how the Syrian community is adapting to their difficult circumstances, specifically around issues of housing, income generation, safety, household gender dynamics, and migration choices.

Sectors

  •  Livelihood & Social cohesion

Locations

  • Jordan
  • Irbid Governorate
  • Irbid
  • Amman Governorate
  • Amman
  • Mafraq Governorate
  • Mafraq
  • Zaatari Refugee Camp
  • Syrian Arab Republic