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Jordan

In Jordan, more than 650,000 Syrian refugees are living in a precarious situation, with no stable future prospects, 80% of them outside the camps. Many of the children are threatened by early school dropout, child labour and by early marriage. Tdh activities focus on helping the refugee population and the host communities to provide fair access to child protection services and to give children support on their path towards resilience.

What we do

Child protection

Tdh protects children and their families by raising awareness about child protection and by strengthening the abilities of the community to better respond to risks children can be exposed to. We also support children in need with personalised psychosocial support. The most serious cases are transferred to our partners for access to specialised services. Youth Committees are created to call for child rights through various activities and events.

Access to justice

Rehabilitation centres do not always offer access to education and reintegration. In collaboration with the Ministry for Justice and the Ministry for Social Development, Tdh and its partner JOHUD organise training courses to develop the skills of professionals in detention centres. Young people in detention are helped in their reintegration by the offered psychosocial activities and professional training. Tdh conducts researches into the access to child justice on the issues of early marriage and traditional justice.

Jordan: helping children to be children again

«We have to remind people worldwide that children are the main victims of conflicts and that they need to be considered first and foremost if we want to avoid harsh consequences on the well-being, safety and education of the generations to come.»

Céline Lefebvre, MENA Regional Head

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Terre des hommes in Jordan

Beneficiaries 2017

 

13,399 people

Expatriate / local employees

 

6 / 55

Budget 2018

 

CHF 3,255,979.-

 

 

 

Where we work

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Timeline

2007
Start of Terre des hommes’ intervention in the region to bring psychological and social support to the children and families of Iraqi refugees from the second Gulf war.
2010
Launching of the juvenile justice project with training courses for professionals in justice and activities organized to facilitate the reintegration of youngsters in pre-trial detention.
2011
Humanitarian aid for displaced people fleeing the civil war in Syria through a network of local partner organizations with a strong presence in the region and already active in the field.
2017
Launch of a regional project in Jordan and Lebanon to come to the aid of the children and their families who are affected by the Syrian crisis.

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Related publications

Making an impact for children: Annual Report 2017
Thematic Policy 2014 - Restorative Juvenile Justice
Thematic Policy - Child Protection in Humanitarian Crises
Terre des hommes’ delegation in Jordan
Terre des hommes Jordan Theory of change

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