REACH Resource Centre

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This online platform allows you to access reports, fact sheets, maps and other information products developed by REACH teams in Jordan. You can browse by report type and keyword, or search for a specific document using the box above.

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REACH Resource Centre - Reports

With support from the British Embassy in Amman, REACH undertook assessments in Jordanian host communitieswith the objective to develop a better understanding of the dynamics that have emerged in these communities as a result of the Syrian refugee crisis, and to support an evidence-based approach to prioritizing interventions within and between communities. REACH applied a three steps methodology designed to sharpen the understanding of the context both in terms of geographical focus and depth of data. Firstly, macro-level assessment at a community level is conducted this assessment includes information through focus groups discussions and key information interviews. Secondly, micro-level assessment collecting information through household interviews is conducted by REACH team to provide in-depth analysis of trends, needs and access to key services. Finally, a thematic assessment can be conducted by REACH team is information is needed on a specific sector (e.g. youth employment). The findings from this assessment are available in a Preliminary Baseline Report and a comprehensive final report will be shortly released.
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REACH Resource Centre- Maps

Since November 2012, REACH has produced a variety of map products to support humanitarian efforts in Jordan related to the Syria Crisis response. Aligned with distinct refugee settings (host communities, refugee camps and informal tented settlements), REACH maps are generated based on primary data collected during REACH field assessments, secondary data sources and physical and/or geographic data.To support a number of assessments undertaken in host communities, the REACH GIS team digitized hundreds of community-identified boundaries, referred to as Basic Service Units, in order to aggregate primary data collected in the field to localities rather than larger administrative areas. These boundaries continue to serve as a basis for understanding trends at the community level.
Other      Added February 26th, 2017 14:17