Jordan: Livelihoods, vocational training and employment for people in crisis

16 Mar 2014
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Due to the sudden population increase caused by an influx of refugees, many comunities in Jordan have begun experiencing competition for limited resources, such as social services and healthcare. In Ibrid and Mafraq Governorates in northern Jordan, residents have begun to perceive the new arrivals as a threat to job security and stability. These factors contribute to increasing the vulnerability of both local communities and refugees to
poverty.

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