Syria and Jordan
The situation in Syria and Jordan
Six years of conflict in Syria have forced 12 million people to flee. They represent the largest population of refugees in the world. Half of them are children, who have effectively been robbed of their childhood. Growing up in an environment marked by violence and uncertainty, their physical and psychological health are at risk.
What we do
Support to Syrian refugees
Emergency help for people affected by the Syrian crisis in Lebanon and Jordan with a focus on combatting child labor and violence and providing relief after traumatic experiences.
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 HeadRead more...
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Terre des hommes in Syria and Jordan
Beneficiaries in 2015
Expatriate staff / National staff
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Where we work
Jordan : Amman, Emirati-Jordanian Camp (EJC), Ramtha, Mafraq, Irbid, Jerash and Ajloun ; Syria : Jaramana
Jordan : Ministries of Justice, of Public Security and of Social Development, local NGOs.