The “Enhancing the protection of Syrian Refugees in Jordan through Registration” project aims to enhance the overall protective measures for Syrian refugee population in Jordan through registration.
Implemented in partnership with Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, the project will be implemented during June 2018 till May 2020. The project is targeting Syrian and host communities, decision makers, service providers, and the general public.
The project aims to enable refugees to be confident and better equipped to make informed decisions about registration processes, raise community members’ awareness about registration processes in order to be able to refer Syrian refugees to relevant service providers for registering births and marriages. It also aims to inform policy makers and service providers with updated information about the persisting need for birth and marriage registrations of Syrian refugees in order to take informed actions to positively contribute to the overall protective environment for unregistered Syrian refugees.
The project activities will take place in the governorates of Amman, Zarqa, Irbid, Mafraq, and Karak. The project seeks to capture changes at the individual, community, and policy/service providers’ level that cumulatively creates an environment in which Syrian refugees can live a life in which they have access to services that enhance their overall protection and decreases the risks that come with not being registered.