Facts & figures
ready-to-eat meals were distributed to thousands of people in transit sites and at Hadalat and Rukban berms in the northeastern border area.
of water transmission lines and four pumping stations in Mafraq, were rehabilitated in collaboration with the Ministry of Water and Irrigation and Yarmouk Water Company.
Syrian refugees were medically screened and 5,400 refugees provided with primary health care services at the ICRC clinic in Raba’a Al Sarhan Registration Centre.
litres of clean water for drinking and domestic use were trucked to Hadalat, Rukban, Bustana and Ruwayshid transit sites and to the Hadalat and Rukban berms.
Syrians received medical care from the ICRC and Jordanian Royal Medical Services in two clinics at Hadalat and Rukban berms.
Syrian families (the majority of whom are headed by women) in Mafraq and Madaba governorates were given monthly cash allowances.