Archives for Jordan Compact

Infographic- Walk the Talk – April 2018

Infographic Walk the Talk : A visual product for the Jordan Compact To follow up INGO’s position and recommendations for the Jordan Compact, download the Infographic in English and in Arabic The Brussels Conference 2018, dedicated to supporting Syria and the region is around the corner. As the international community and the Government of Jordan are expected to…

Promise to Practice, Joint NGO Regional Report for Brussels Conference 2018

Joint regional report Brussels conference 2018: PROMISE TO PRACTICE, Following through on commitments to support the future, of Syria and the region March 2018 . Download the report The conflict in Syria has created the largest displacement crisis in well over a generation, possibly since the second world war. Six million people remain displaced internally, more than five...

Jordan Compact Study 2017

Report FORWARD TOGETHER: INGOs contribution to the Jordan Compact  September 2017 The objective of this report was to understand and critically evaluate JIF member organizations’ contributions to implementing the Jordan Compact (JC) commitments, as well as to highlight new opportunities for INGO involvement and areas where enhanced coordination is needed. This study sought to identify…

Jordan & the international community need to renew the commitments made at London

Press Release Jordan and the international community need to renew the commitments made at London, aid agencies say April 4th 2017 Amman, April 4th 2017 – The commitments secured at London a year ago to invest in Jordan’s economic growth and stability for all citizens’ benefits and improve Syrian refugees’ access to education, legal employment…

Stand and Deliver, one year after the London Conference

Joint Report Stand and Deliver: Urgent action needed on commitments made at the London Conference one year on January 20th 2017   Refugees face similar challenges across Syria’s neighbouring countries Download the Report “Stand and Deliver” Refugees face similar challenges across Syria’s neighbouring countries, a new report by a coalition of 28 NGOs has found, warning…

The Work Permit Maze

Infographic The Work Permit Maze December 13th 2016 With the signing of the Jordan Compact, The Government of Jordan opened migrant work permits to Syrian refugees, who can now apply for a one-year permit with their Ministry of Interior identification cards, removing the prohibitive requirement of a passport and residency visa. The Government of Jordan…

From Words to Action, 6 months after the London Conference

Joint Report From Words to Action – Reviewing the commitments made at the ‘Supporting Syria and the Region’ Conference six months on September 2016 Read the Executive Summary Read the Report in English Read the Report in Arabic This September an inter-agency report was released documenting the progress made since the ‘Supporting Syria and the Region’ conference held…