“ENAYA” is the Arabic word for “care”. As reflected in its name, the ENAYA project aims to address the protection of women, men, Syrian refugees, Jordanian communities. It also aims to protect vulnerable minorities residing in Amman, Zarqa Karak, and Ma’an governorates, through legal aid, empowerment of women, gender equality and disability inclusion.
ENAYA was Implemented in partnership with an Italian organization, “Un Ponte Per”, and funded by the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), from February 2019 till June 2019. ENAYA was designed to empower and provide legal assistance to women, with a special focus on gender equality and the integration of people with disabilities.
ARDD lawyers offer legal advice to people in order to regularise the refugees and help female victims of violence. There will also be an emergency hotline for women. People with disabilities took part in training and vocational courses to help facilitate their return to work.