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Improving Solid Waste Management and Income Creation in Host Communities- Rehabilitation of Al Alake

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Bank: United Nations Development Programme

Environmental Category: Unknown

Country: Jordan

Region: Middle East and North Africa

Approval Date: None

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Total Project Cost: No recorded data on this

Total Complaints: 1

Description

The deterioration of the security and humanitarian situation in Syria has forced hundreds of thousands of Syrians to flee and seek refuge in neighbouring countries, including Jordan, placing a considerable burden on local Jordanian host communities and their basic social and economic services. Crowding effects in the local market, in particular with regards to housing and labour, are widely reported in the Northern governorates as is the pressure on basic service delivery, especially solid waste management, where municipalities are unable to meet the demands. In addition, a growing feeling of unfairness and exclusion are emerging among Jordanians, especially the poorer and more vulnerable groups. One of the major issues faced at the regional level is solid waste management and treatment, and UNDP will provide support to the Joint Services Council in the Northern governorate of Irbid, to improve solid waste management at the Alakedir dumping site while offering durable solutions for improvement of social service delivery to the affected populations through ensuring that the assistance provided in the current context complements, governmental development efforts. The current project proposal is an integral part of the overall programme framework ‰ÛÏMitigating the impact of the Syrian refugee crisis on Jordanian vulnerable host communities‰Û, signed by UNDP and the Government of Jordan.

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Unknown Unknown Planned UNDP

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UNDP