Annex D - List of Available Assessments / Reports
November 16, 2007
'Who's doing what' matrix compiled by Raja'a Alawi (ICRC Co-operation Officer)
Economic assessment of Iraqis in Jordan paper evaluating the effectiveness of cash assistance. Also prepared by Raja'a. 10.05.2007
Will start a broad-based assessment in 2008.
Mercy Corps – In cooperation with CDC Sweileh, assessed the current living situation of
Iraqis in Jordan. September 2007.
IOM – RAP assessment on psychosocial needs of Iraqis abroad due in January 2008. IOM also wrote Psychosocial Status of IDP Communities in Iraq in 2005, which gives an excellent overview of how Iraqis may respond to various psychosocial interventions, including traditional approaches. IOM is also working on a trafficking assessment which is due in March 2008.
IRD – Completed a needs assessment of problems and priorities of Iraqis in Spring of 2007.
World Vision – In cooperation with CARE, completed a scoping exercise which concluded that an advocacy campaign was needed and produced materials to accomplish that.
UNICEF – Health assessment now in progress.
CARE – Psychosocial support assessment and to determine CBO capacities.
UNHCR – 2007 survey of protection needs finished and results presented.
IRC – Screening for economic, health, education and social needs. 2500 response forms collected by Iraqi volunteers. Data has been entered into database but the results are pending.
Jordanian Women's Union – Survey report from focus groups.
Questscope – They are planning a research project with the unaccompanied and separated children identified by UNHCR in the form of a week long camp in December. This will be to identify their needs and to help them form connections with one another.
FAFO report – Iraqis in Jordan 2007: Their number and characteristic
Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children - Iraqi Refugee Women and Youth in Jordan: Reproductive Health Findings, September, 2007.
CARE Australia has recently completed a study of the needs of Iraqis in Jordan with the results to be forthcoming shortly. Oroub El Abed is the consultant who carried out the study. Oroub@yahoo.com
In collaboration with Save the Children (Kholoud Abu Zaid, email@example.com ), the International Institute of Child Rights and Development, University of Victoria, Centre for Global Studies (Martha Nelems, m firstname.lastname@example.org ) is just beginning a study of the needs and worldview of Iraqi children in Jordan. They expect to be finished in March 2008.
Report of the ICMC / USCCB Mission – Protection Needs in Jordan