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35,200 Individuals
Total Persons of Concern
Base Layer

Population

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Total Persons of Concern

635,324


Last Updated 19 Jan 2016


Source - UNHCR
Backlog
There is currently no backlog of Syrians awaiting registration. Syrians can now register with UNHCR at its centres in Irbid and Amman upon first contact the same day.

   Latest Documents

  Needs Assessment Registry

Title Status Organizations Last Updated
Understanding the social ecology of children affected by the Syria Crisis: A qualitative study of 16 Syrian and Jordanian children and their families in East Amman and Ramtha, Jordan
11 Oct 2015
Planned
SAVE International 19 Oct 2015
Assessment of the availability of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services available to Women, Girls, Boys and Men in the Governorates of Karak, Ma'an, Tafilah and Aqaba
15 Jan 2015
Published
APS 18 Oct 2015
CARE's Baseline Assessment of Skills & Market Opportunities for Youth in Azraq Refugee Camp in Jordan 2015
02 Jul 2015
Published
CARE Jordan 11 Oct 2015
CARE's Urban Needs Assessment (FIVE YEARS INTO EXILE)
02 Jul 2015
Published
CARE Jordan 11 Oct 2015
Analysis of Host Community-Refugee Tensions in Mafraq, Jordan
01 Apr 2014
Published
MC Jordan 11 Oct 2015
Comprehensive Assessment on Syrian Refugees Residing in the Community in Northern Jordan
01 Apr 2014
Published
11 Oct 2015

Registered Syrian Refugees

635,324


Last Updated 19 Jan 2016


Source - UNHCR

Demography
Male (49.3%) Age (50.7%) Female
8.4% 0 - 4 7.9%
11.2% 5 - 11 10.6%
6.9% 12 - 17 6.5%
21.3% 18 - 59 23.6%
1.5% 60 + 2.1%

  Total Persons of Concern

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In-Camp Population Urban, Peri-Urban and Rural population

Total Camp Population 115,671 (18%)
Demographic Breakdown
Male (49.8%) Age (50.2%) Female
10% 0 - 4 9.4%
11.7% 5 - 11 11%
7.2% 12 - 17 6.8%
19.9% 18 - 59 21.4%
1.1% 60 + 1.5%


Total Urban, Peri-Urban and Rural population 519,653 (82%)
Demographic Breakdown
Male (49.2%) Age (50.8%) Female
8% 0 - 4 7.6%
11.1% 5 - 11 10.5%
6.9% 12 - 17 6.5%
21.6% 18 - 59 24%
1.6% 60 + 2.2%

  Registered Refugees by Region

  Who's Doing What Where?

Camp Management
UNHCR
Cash Assistance
ACTED
AVSI
CARE
DRC
IFRC
IRC
MercyCorps
Medair
OXFAM
PU-AMI
UNHCR
Child Protection
FCA
IFH/NHF
IMC
IRC
IRD
MercyCorps
NHF
TdH - It
TdH - Lausanne
UNFPA
UNHCR
UNICEF
Community Services
NHF
UNHCR
Coordination
UNFPA
UNHCR
UNICEF
Core Relief Items (CRIs)
ACTED
AVSI
CARE
DRC
ICMC
IRD
IRW
JEN
JHAS
LWF
MercyCorps
NRC
OPM
ShelterBox
UNHCR
Education
CARITAS
Children without borders-KnK
FCA
IFH/NHF
IRD
Madrasati
MercyCorps
MoE Jordan
NHF
NRC
Questscope
RI
SC
UNESCO
UNHCR
UNICEF
Food Security
ACTED
IRW
LWF
SC
UNHCR
WFP
Gender-Based Violence
IFH/NHF
IMC
IRC
IRD
JRF
NHF
UNFPA
UNHCR
UNICEF
Health
HI
IFH/NHF
IMC
IOM
IRC
IRD
IRW
JHAS
MdM
Medair
MoH Jordan
NHF
SC
TdH - It
UNFPA
UNHCR
UNICEF
Livelihood
ADRA
NHF
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support
CVT
IMC
JRS
NHF
Nutrition
ACTED
UNHCR
Protection
ACTED
ARDD-LA
CARE
DRC
IFH/NHF
IMC
IRC
IRD
JHAS
JRF
LWF
MercyCorps
NRC
TdH - It
TdH - Lausanne
UNFPA
UNHCR
UNICEF
UNWOMEN
Registration
IOM
UNHCR
Reproductive Health
IFH/NHF
IRC
TdH - It
UNFPA
Shelter
ACTED
ADRA
DRC
INTERSOS
IRW
JHAS
LWF
MercyCorps
Medair
NRC
PU-AMI
ShelterBox
UNHCR
UNOPS
Water & Sanitation
ACF
ACTED
IRD
JEN
MercyCorps
OXFAM
RI
THW
UNHCR
UNICEF
WVI

  Funding Requirements (2015)

Total Appeal $1,191,392,175
Received to Date $738,562,610
Gap $452,829,565
Coverage 62%
Last Updated 26 Jan 2016

  Highlights

For the 2015-2016 winter, more than 341,904 Syrian refugees in urban areas will receive winterization assistance in the form of cash and NFIs.
22 Nov 2015
UNICEF/WASH: Equipping and connecting the two wells in Dafiyana and Abu Al Farth is 80% completed
22 Nov 2015
For the Zaatari winteriztion and harsh weather plans, see http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/download.php?id=9748
22 Nov 2015
WFP reinstated JOD 10 assistance to vulnerable refugees in communities and JOD 15 to extremely vulnerable. These levels of assistance will continue through January 2016
16 Nov 2015
On 12th October, WFP successfully tested its new biometric verification payment system, which allows beneficiaries to pay for their purchases using nothing other than their eyes, a global first.
16 Nov 2015
  • ACF 26 Nov 2014
    ACF
    26 Nov 2014
  • IOM 26 Nov 2014
    IOM
    26 Nov 2014
  • RELIEF INTERNATIONAL 26 Nov 2014
    RELIEF INTERNATIONAL
    26 Nov 2014
  • JHAS 26 Nov 2014
    JHAS
    26 Nov 2014
  • LWF-JORDAN 26 Nov 2014
    LWF-JORDAN
    26 Nov 2014
  • MEDAIR 26 Nov 2014
    MEDAIR
    26 Nov 2014
  • MERCY CORPS 26 Nov 2014
    MERCY CORPS
    26 Nov 2014
  • NRC 26 Nov 2014
    NRC
    26 Nov 2014
  • OXFAM 26 Nov 2014
    OXFAM
    26 Nov 2014
  • UNICEF 26 Nov 2014
    UNICEF
    26 Nov 2014

  Sectorial Working Groups

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8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

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Sunday, 21st February 2016

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Wednesday, 24th February 2016

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Sunday, 28th February 2016

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Wednesday, 2nd March 2016

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Sunday, 6th March 2016

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