The main aim of this project is to improve access to protection services for Syrian refugees in Jordan and the most vulnerable counterparts in the host communities, in the Governorates of Amman, Zarqa, Karak and Ma’an.
The project is designed to empower and provide legal assistance to women with a special focus on gender equality and the integration of people with disabilities.
Lawyers from the Jordanian partner association ARDD will offer legal advice to more than 1000 people, in order to regularise the refugees and help women victims of violence. There will also be an emergency hotline for women.
People with disabilities will have the opportunity to take part in training and vocational courses, to facilitate their return to work.
The activities carried out reached 2,033 people, of which 1,256 women and girls, providing legal support, guidance and accompaniment in the regularization processes for the refugee population, up to the protection of victims of violence through the creation of a hotline to deal with emergencies and provide immediate assistance to women.
Project Name: ENAYA - Let’s take care of each other
Project Type: Protection, GBV
Beneficiaries: Women and girl victims of violence; people with disabilities
Project Length: August 2018 - March 2019
Project Areas: Governorates of Amman, Zarqa Karak and Ma’an, Jordan
Local Partners: ARDD-Legal Aid and Sawiyan