Jordan

572,000
ready-to-eat meals were distributed to people stranded at the berm in Jordan’s northeastern border area near Hadalat and Rukban.
19,000
bars of soap, 134,000 diapers and 122,800 sanitary pads were given to people stranded at the berm in Jordan’s northeastern border area near Hadalat and Rukban.
11,000
blankets, 5,000 pairs of gloves and 5,000 pairs of socks were handed out to people stranded at the berm in Jordan’s northeastern border area near Hadalat and Rukban.
7,300
cubic metres of clean water for drinking and domestic use were trucked to the berm near Hadalat and Rukban.
4,000
Syrians were screened for illness or injury and 1,250 were treated at the ICRC clinic at Raba’a al-Sarhan Registration Centre in Mafraq.
7,000
people stranded at the berm received medical care from the ICRC and Jordanian Royal Medical Services.
11,000
Syrian refugees in Zaatari and Azraq camps made ICRC-sponsored telephone calls to maintain contact with family members in Syria and elsewhere.
300
travel documents were issued to refugees accepted for resettlement in another country.
3,000
Syrian families living in host communities in Mafraq and Madaba governorates were given monthly cash allowances.

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