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Bambini profughi siriani accolti dai compagni di scuola giordani

Bambini giocano in cortile

01.11.2014 - 29.02.2016

La DSC collabora con il Ministero dell’istruzione del Regno di Giordania per risanare alcune scuole pubbliche nel Nord del Paese. Gli edifici scolastici riattati consentono a una grossa fetta di bambini profughi siriani di frequentare la scuola con compagni di classe giordani. Dopo il riassesto delle prime 29 scuole, il programma è stato esteso ad altri 28 stabili.

Paese/Regione Tema Periodo Budget
Giordania
Istruzione
Migrazione
Primary education
Trasferimenti forzati (rifugiati, sfollati interni, tratta di esseri umani)

01.11.2014 - 29.02.2016


CHF 1'200'000



Costruzione di una rete fognaria e di una nuova rete di approvvigionamento idrico nel campo profughi di Jerash

01.12.2011 - 31.03.2017

In Giordania alcuni profughi palestinesi vivono in alloggi inizialmente considerati «temporanei». Circa quarant'anni dopo, il numero sempre crescente di profughi e la mancanza di misure adeguate a migliorare le loro condizioni di vita hanno fatto emergere gravi problemi sanitari nel campo di Jerash. Una delle maggiori difficoltà è rappresentata dall'accesso all'acqua potabile e alla rete fognaria. La DSC ha avviato un ambizioso progetto per risolvere il problema.

Paese/Regione Tema Periodo Budget
Giordania
Acqua
Agricoltura e sicurezza alimentare
Acqua potabile e strutture igieniche elementari (WASH) (til 2016)
Conservazione delle risorse idriche
Risorse idriche in agricoltura
Politica del settore idrico

01.12.2011 - 31.03.2017


CHF 5'845'000



Relief International: Providing educational opportunities for Syrian refugees in Za’atari and Azraq camps

01.01.2019 - 31.08.2020

SDC’s contribution will help to maintain essential education services provided by Relief International (RI) for Syrian refugee children and youth in Za’atari and Azraq camps especially after the drastic funding cuts announced by UNICEF in June 2018. The project contributes to retain school-aged refugee children in the formal education system by providing support through: 1) Remedial Education services for in-school children with learning difficulties and 2) the certified drop-out programme for out-of-school children who can only go back to school if they complete the programme.



JOR Sanitation Solutions for Underserved Communities in Jordan

01.07.2017 - 30.06.2027

In Jordan water supply from conventional water sources has come to its limits. Appropriate sanitation solutions will minimize the risks for public health and reduce the hazards of environmental pollution. Additionally these will cut the costs for sanitation operations and free resources for other purposes. Thus the project will contribute to the much needed decoupling of population and economic growth from resource consumption and pollution of the environment.


Sanitation Solutions for Underserved Communities in Jordan

01.07.2017 - 31.05.2022

The amount of water available from conventional sources in Jordan is decreasing dangerously, the population is increasing constantly and additional sources are needed urgently. By using treated wastewater as an alternative resource Jordan could reduce its dependence on fresh water. Proven Swiss expertise in the sanitation sector aims at increasing the efficiency of wastewater treatment systems and on turning wastewater streams into physical and financial resources. This will not only provide additional water but also reduce health risks and protect groundwater.


Contribution to UNRWA's Programme Budget 2017-2020

una classe con studenti ragazze

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2020

UNRWA is one of Switzerland’s key multilateral partners in the Middle East, due to its regional outreach and its important contributions towards stability and peace in the region. UNRWA overall delivers assistance and protection services to 5.3 million registered Palestine refugees. Under its Programme Budget, UNRWA ensures universal access to quality primary health care and to basic education to Palestine refugees. It also provides targeted relief and social services to needy poor refugees.


Rehabiltiation of public schools accomodating Syrian refugee children

01.04.2016 - 31.12.2020

Education is one of the public sectors particularly under pressure due to the influx of refugees. There are currently 143,000 school-aged Syrian refugees enrolled in public schools in Jordan, another approx. 83,000 remain out of school. Overstretched infrastructure and lack of space are major challenges. SDC will continue to support the Ministry of Education (MoE) in non-structural rehabilitation of schools accommodating Syrian refugees, including water and sanitation facilities, contributing to increase the accommodating capacities. The project will also include an awareness component addressing maintenance issues.


Contribution to UNRWA's General Fund 2016

01.01.2016 - 31.01.2017

The contribution to UNRWA’s 2016 General Fund (regular budget) will allow sustaining the Agency’s humanitarian and human development programmes that service over 5 Mio Palestine refugees and contribute to peace and stability in the Middle East. The key programmes in education, health, relief and social services are primarily funded from the General Fund, which has remained critically under-funded for a number of years.


UNRWA General Fund 2014 - 2015

01.01.2014 - 31.12.2015

UNRWA is an agency for security and human development. It is active in providing education, healthcare, social services and emergency aid to almost 5 million Palestine refugees living in the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, Jordan, Lebanon and the Syrian Arab Republic. Switzerland supports the organisation with CHF 20 million per year.


Jordan-School rehabilitation for Syrian refugee children and Jordanian students

10.07.2013 - 30.09.2014

32’000 Syrian refugee students are currently enrolled in Jordanian public schools according to UNICEF. With the conflict in Syria and the influx of refugees the number of students is expected to rise. The already overstretched Ministry of Education (MoE) is struggling to accommodate more students in the schools. As a burden sharing with Jordan, SDC is supporting non-structural rehabilitation works of 11 public schools in Amman area and the Northern governorates where Syrian refugee students are also enrolled. The project will be supplemented with a component on awareness campaign and a further component in which SDC supports the MoE with the integration of an IT management program.


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