Project :
Middle East and North Africa Child Protection Initiative
Year
2004
Partner(s) :
Arab Urban Development Institute
Program(s) :
Research
Pillar(s) :
Civil Society Empowerment

Middle East and North Africa Child Protection Initiative

2004

The Information and Research Center - King Hussein Foundation (IRCKHF), in collaboration with the Arab Urban Development Institute, examined the status of disadvantaged children (working, street, disabled, and refugees). The study aimed to identify vulnerabilities and risk factors, examine the capactiy of selected institutions in addressing the children's issues, and to propose institutional capactiy-building programs based on the findings of the report.

Project Outputs

Digital Privacy in Jordan: Perceptions and Implication...
National Youth Survey in Jordan
The Case of Women’s Rights in Jordan – A Struggle from...
Mobilizing Young Jordanians towards Effective Politica...
Children and Reading: An Environmental Assessment
Tobacco Smoking among Jordanian Teenagers
CSO Sustainability Index for the Middle East and North...
Needs Assessment in Al-Hashmi Al-Shamali
Poverty Pockets: Baseline and Needs Assessment
M&E for ‘Strengthening the Role of Jordanian Civil Soc...