Understanding the Role of ICT in Gendered Resilience among Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon

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This study focuses on refugee communities in different social milieus: Syrians living south of Beirut in scattered semi-urban settings, and Syrians living in Mafraq, Jordan—a small, contained city on Syria’s border that is home to the Za'atari refugee camp, and where foreign organizations are therefore heavily present. The questions explored centered on the experience of refugee women in coping with the changes in their circumstances between home and host country, especially in terms of mobility. They also probed the role of ICTs in enabling women to overcome barriers to mobility, and the repercussions of these barriers on issues such as access to health and education services, as well as employment.

Project : ODMENA: Gender and Data in Focus

Tags : ICTs , Development

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Pages : 8

Dataset file : Final Report_ Understanding Gendered Resilience in Jordan and Lebanon.pdf (523.71 KB)

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Metadata Created : 17 March, 2019
Metadata Updated : 31 July, 2019
Dataset Updated : 17 November, 2019

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