The purpose of this intervention was to improve living conditions and inclusion of people with disabilities or functional limitations refugees in the camp Za’atari, Jordan, through a comprehensive protection program aimed specifically at children under 18 , Young people between 15 and 24, women with disabilities and elderly people with functional limitations.
FPSC has developed a set of interventions to address protection from four complementary perspectives:
- MOBILITY: From its clinic in Za’atari, FPSC assessed the needs of 40 people and distributed 63 technical aids for mobility (wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, etc.) depending on the need detected.
- REHABILITATION: From its clinic in Za’atari, FPSC carried out 460 sessions of rehabilitation and physiotherapy for 65 refugees with disabilities and / or special needs.
- PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT: From its clinic in Za’atari, FPSC offered 104 individualized psychosocial support sessions, specifically counseling and sensitization, to 104 parents, mothers and / or caregivers of people with disabilities.
- INCLUSION: The FPSC organized four inclusive-recreational and volunteer activities for 23 refugees with and without disabilities (15 minors and 8 youth), focused on the theatre that, in addition to raising awareness about disability, integrated a cross-cutting component of peace building and conflict resolution; and four sensitization and information sessions for 288 refugees, reporting on the services available in the field and their relevance.