Ghana – Project Share
About one in three children under the age of five suffer from malnutrition – even though there is no famine.
Emergency help: service to the next
Syrian refugees now account for almost 10 % of the population of Jordan. About 80% of them live outside the officially funded camps. As refugees are not allowed to work legally, they are mainly dependent on help for their daily survival.
Our partner organisation takes care of these men, women and children. It is very important to inform Syrian refugees about their rights and opportunities to seek help to avoid unnecessary suffering.
At the beginning of 2014, PartnerAid started a new cooperation project in Jordan.
In order to have greater influence, especially with regard to important medical needs, our partner, in collaboration with three local partners, is planning to employ six Jordanian women and train them as community nurses. Thus, it will be possible to meet the different needs in a quick and precise manner.
"I believe that individualized development projects, which respond to the needs of individuals or small groups, serve those in need better in the long term and ultimately provide a better livelihood for all."