Participatory Reflection and Action (PRA) Study for Syrian Refugees in Jordan

In July of 2012, Questscope facilitated a Participatory Reflection and Action (PRA) study to gain a better understanding of the situation for Syrian refugees in Jordan.

The PRA is way to learn from and with community members in order to understand the complexities and dimensions of a particular subject. It is not intended to collect accurate statistical information. The methodology relies on partnership and is enhanced by community knowledge and local expertise in the process of analyzing problems and finding the best solutions. Community members are deeply involved in analyzing...MORE

February Regional Update

Since January 1, more than 85,000 Syrians have fled to Jordan for refuge. In one night alone, more than 3,000 people crossed the border - over 250 people per hour and more than 4 people every single minute, each person carrying with them a unique story and a new set of urgent needs. 

With these newest arrivals, Jordan’s estimated refugee population of 400,000 continues to grow. Half of this population is unregistered, some are unfed, some entirely off-grid, and most living off of the fumes and sputters of exhausted hope.    

Zoom out from Jordan and you find...MORE

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