Jordan Response Plan for Syrian Crisis extended through 2023

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AMMAN — The Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation on Tuesday said it will extend the Jordan Response Plan for the Syrian Crisis through 2023, retaining the previous plan's priorities.اضافة اعلان

The ministry noted that it will coordinate with other ministries, government institutions, donors, and international organizations on a new methodology to prepare the response plan for 2024–2026, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

Financial requirements for the 2024–2026 period will be announced once the plan is fully established, the ministry said.

Financial requirements, budgetThe plan's requirements for 2022 cost $760 million, or 33.4 percent of its total financing scheme of $2.28 billion.

According to ministry data, the plan's financing deficit in stood at $1.5 billion — 66.6 percent of its total budget.

The 2022 budget was distributed among service projects in host communities ($87.8 million), the national Treasury ($21.8 million), infrastructure and institutional capacity building ($100.6 million), support for Syrian refugees ($545.3 million), and measures to combat COVID-19 ($4.7 million).

DonorsGermany was the largest financer of the response plan, providing $251 million, followed by the US with $188 million, multilateral funds with $86 million, and the European Union with $29 million.

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