The ICRC assists Syrians who sought refuge in Jordan and their host communities visit detainees, helps civilians and foreign detainees restore contact with their families, promotes IHL and supports the Jordan Red Crescent Society. The ICRC delegation in Jordan is also a key logistical, training and fleet hub for ICRC operations, contributing to its humanitarian response in the Middle East region and beyond.

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In numbers

In 2023

  • 6
    pumping stations have been rehabilitated and upgraded in Mafraq & Irbid Governorates, in partnership with JRCS and Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS), serving 294,000 persons.
  • 320 kg
    surgical masks, 4,842 respiratory masks N95,63,700 examination gloves, 8,954 face shields, 2,100 Gowns, 1,418 liters of disinfectant gel, and 58 infrared thermometers, provided to 15 places of detention and 2 referral hospitals.
  • 8,278
    of personal protective equipment were donated to Al-Bashir Hospital's detention ward. 69 Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) sessions were delivered in Amman, Mafraq, Irbid and Zarqa for 106 members of families of missing persons as a result o
  • 777
    people benefitted from the Micro Economic Initiative grants to start income-generating activities as part of the Accompaniment Program for families of missing persons.
  • 870
    Red Cross Messages (RCM) and Safe & Well messages were collected and exchanged between detainees and their families.
  • 7,071
    COVID-19 vaccine doses administered by MoH mobile vaccination teams for communities in remote areas in Jordan through the national vaccination campaign of the MoH supported by the ICRC.
  • 623
    item lines of medical supplies, prosthetics, and essential relief household items with total value of 17.2 MLN CHF were shipped from Jordan to 62 destinations mainly Gaza, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey, Sudan, Ukraine, and Armenia.