The EU approved a grant of 22 million euros disbursed by its Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis (Madad Fund), to be managed by the AECID and the Ministry of Health over a period of three years, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
The World Health Organization in Jordan announced its cooperation with the Ministry of Health to implement the "Jordanian Health Program for Syrian Refugees and the Most Vulnerable Jordanians", through the support of the European Union Regional Trust Fund for the Response to the Syrian Crisis "Madad
An overall contribution of 43 million euros is aimed to strengthen primary healthcare services for Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians with focus on routine immunisation and COVID-19 preparedness and response, according to a WHO statement.
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