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Follow-up Assessment on the Gendered Realities in Displacement of Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon
This project consisted of a follow-up on UN Women's "Unpacking Gendered Realities in Displacement: The status of Syrian refugee women in Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq", a regional research published in 2018 on the impact of the Syrian crisis on women and girls and their ability to access humanitarian aid. The focus and priority of the follow-up research was on the refugee population in Jordan and Lebanon. Agulhas for Applied Knowledge managed this assignment, with the aim of contributing to evidence-based programming, advocacy and coordination across countries impacted by the Syria crisis.
Mindset was hired to conduct data collection and analysis, through phone surveys in both host countries. Our team first started selecting the participants based on contact lists provided by the client, using an online recruitment form: 900 women participants in Jordan and 500 in Lebanon were selected according to different criteria (nationality, age, geographical location, etc.), all of them were Syrian refugee women living in camps or host communities. Throughout the data collection, we implemented quality control protocols such as random audio recordings, call-backs, and coding review.