Prevent and reduce violence against young women and girls in Jordan, in addition to responding for SGBV violations targeted at women through traditional practices in the society.
The aim of the project is to raise Jordanian women’s awareness of their rights, entitlements and workplace responsibilities in line with Jordanian labor law.
CARE Jordan has supported Iraqi refugee families living mainly in Amman since 2003.
We assist Iraqis coping with displacement in Jordan while awaiting durable solutions (return to Iraq, or resettlement in third countries).
Contribute to a strengthened, democratic civil society, which supports the meaningful participation of women in community development.
In response to the needs of Syrian refugees in Jordan CARE has implemented a strategy designed to serve the most vulnerable families in urban areas.
The assistance is based on 8 years of experience in Jordan receiving and assisting Iraqi refugees in similar conditions.
Savings and Loans schemes established in local CBOs located in poverty pockets with significant populations of extremely vulnerable Iraqis and Jordanians
Civil society organizations in the Middle East are effectively influencing policy change and contributing to democratic reform processes and to upholding the fundamental human rights and freedoms of all persons regardless of sex, class, ethnicity or religious affiliation.
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CARE began work in Jordan in 1948 to meet the needs of Palestinian refugees who were displaced with the creation of Israel. During these 64 years CARE Jordan has been addressing the needs of both Jordanian and refugee populations.