Refugee Perceptions Study: Za'atari Camp and Host Communities in Jordan

Organisation: Oxfam | Jun 2014 Author: Bryant Serrato
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This study aims to assess the needs of refugees from Syria residing in Jordan by looking at both objective data and perceptions of the situation from the perspective of the refugees themselves.

The purpose of the study is to allow organisations to identify new challenges and gaps in aid assistance efforts in Jordan. Those surveyed for this study reside in areas where Oxfam has operations or is planning to provide assistance, including Za’atari Camp Districts 6,7, and 8, Zarqa and Balqa Governorates, and the informal settlements in Jawa (southeast Amman) and the Jordan Valley.

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