The Trust Fund at a Glance
- Flexibility through regional scale
Enabling multi-country as well as local synergies.
The humanitarian-development nexus with quick-impact as well as multi-year programmes.
- Strategic partnerships
With donors, host countries, and implementing partners through inclusive governance in the Board and multi-partner actions.
Capable to respond timely to shifting needs and new developments in the region.
- Critical mass and efficiency
Maximising impact through pooling of funds from across the EU budget & donors, large programmes and low transaction cost (less than 1%).
Our Impact: Voices from the ground
“Everything falls on me”
Lai is a 40-year-old Syrian from Deraa, who moved to the north of Jordan with his wife and 4 children. They left everything behind in 2013 due to the war in their home country and built a new life from scratch. In a patriarchal society where men are seen as the sole breadwinners for their families, Lai felt that the survival of his loved ones was dependent on him.
They were stable and happy in Syria: Lai owned a home and goats and sheep,...
The Syrian/Jordanian Education Programme, run by the German Jordanian University and funded by the European Union Regional Trust Fund for the Response to the Syrian Crisis, “Madad” in cooperation with the Queen Rania Academy for Teacher Training, celebrated the graduation of 38 teachers from among
The European Union-funded financial grants for agricultural activities, along with the job creation programme for Syrian refugees and Jordanian host communities, are being promoted to those vulnerable in the agricultural sector, according to a FAO statement.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Jordan announced the opening of applications for financial grants for agricultural activities and the "Job Creation for Syrian Refugees and Jordanian Host Communities" program.