UNICEF Program Means 4000 Out-of-School Syrians, Locals Return to Desks in Jordan
Over 4,000 out-of-school Syrian and Jordanian children returned to the formal education system over the past scholastic year through UNICEF'S Hajati programme , according to a report recently issued by the U.N. agency. Established in September of last year, the Hajati programme integrated UNICEF's previous child cash grant programme within a larger package of social protection services with the aim of assisting more than 55,000 refugee and vulnerable children across 205 Double Shift Schools , providing their households with a monthly cash transfer of JD20 per child towards educational purposes.
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