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2016 HFH Jordan_new branding

Presentation of HFH Jordan programs, their impact and needs
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Habitat for Humanity Jordan
Population
9.5 million
HFH Jordan
Active since 2001
Families served
more than 7,500
Major activities
Housing issues in Jordan
Impact
Families served
Needs and potential funding sources
Construction, repair and rehabilitation
Questions?
THANK YOU!
Program presentation 2016
Instability in Iraq and Syria have led to
mass influx of refugees
over the last 30 years, creating an
extra burden

on
an already weak
economy and housing sector

Overcrowding has increased
use of sub-standard, non-residential structures being converted into rental units, and
overwhelming water and sanitation systems
Acute shortage of affordable housing units causes
tensions between refugees and host communities
Syrian refugees and other migrants have fuelled an increasing
demand for housing
, now estimated at more than
91,300 units
, which is over and above the average annual domestic need of 32,000 units
$600,000
for one year
Potential partners/funders
High rents
have made it difficult

for locals to have their own decent place to live
Unemployment
is high, reaching to
14%
, especially in rural villages
Jordan has one of the
world´s lowest levels of water resource availability
per capita, with
demand rising by 21%
since the Syrian crises has begun
HFH Jordan solution
Improving living conditions of vulnerable people and

Providing access to decent shelter through provision of loans
Services provided
Repair, rehabilitation and building
of new homes

Installation of
water tanks

Training
of Community Based Organizations (CBOs)
8,000 families
served to date, through repair, rehab and construction
More than
500 water tanks
made available to poor families living in rural areas
More than
30 community-based organizations trained
on the management of financial loans and construction
Impact assessment
77%
of the households were
male
,
23%
were
female-headed
households
25%
of households with
7+ family members live together
in a small housing unit
77%
of households have
at least one child
living in the house, and
50%
of families have
4+ children
under the age of 18
84% responded positively
in regards of the the
impact of the construction work on their general health condition
More than
80%
of families
felt more secure

and comfortable
after the completion of construction
44%
of families with school aged children stated that
housing construction had improved their children’s academic performance
81%
of households confirmed the
positive impact
of housing construction
on the cleanliness and hygiene
of their houses
95%
were
satisfied with Habitat´s services
and its CBO partners´ support
257
beneficiaries
responded to a questionnaire
69%
agreed that the new living conditions had a
positive impact on the reduction of domestic disputes
to serve 600 families in need of new homes, repair and rehabilitation
Syrian crisis
$10 million p.a.
to provide
housing for 3,000 local families
over the next five years and hosting refugees
Volunteers
HFHI
Institutional donors
One third of the population are non-Jordanian, almost half are Syrians
Building strength, stability, self-reliance and shelter
www.habitat.org
Population
7.2 million
Population below
poverty line
21%
HFH Bulgaria
Active since 2001
Families served
more than 3,000
BULGARIA
Romania
Turkey
Serbia
Greece
Macedonia
About Habitat Jordan
What we do
Saudi Arabia
Iraq
Syria
Israel
Jordan
Population
9.5 million
Population below
poverty line
14%
HFH Jordan
Active since 2002
Families served
more than 8,000
One third of the population are non-Jordanian, almost half are Syrians
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