CARE Jordan 2022 Annual Needs Assessment - CARE

CARE Jordan 2022 Annual Needs Assessment

The 2022 CARE Jordan Annual Needs Assessment is the eleventh installment of a series that dates back to 2012. The aim of the assessment is to identify, analyze, and track the needs, vulnerabilities, and coping mechanisms of host communities and refugees in Jordan. It is targeted at addressing knowledge gaps related to a lack of longitudinal data on the needs of vulnerable populations.

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CARE Jordan conducts these annual assessments for the benefit of all humanitarian and development actors with the objective of building a better response that addresses the needs of the most vulnerable populations in Jordan.

The assessment is structured around the following themes: protection, livelihoods, education, durable solutions and, for the first time in 2022, climate change. Gender equality is a cross-cutting theme of the assessment.

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