JHASireproductive health program in Jordan/ Zaatari camp funded by UNFPA for Syrian refugees enables women for free of charge access to services since 2013 till now, which also indirectly helps maintain the health system. UNFPA’s support extends to ensure sexual and reproductive health services availability in Zaatari camp and conducts awareness campaigns and outreach activities inside the camp communities.
UNFPA, together with JHASi partner, works to ensure access to reproductive health and rights, including providing different types of services through its supported reproductive health clinics such as:
- Antenatal care with a skilled provider.
- Delivery in a health facility, including routine care for the mother and newborn.
- Postnatal care for the mother and newborn, including routine checkups and support for breast-feeding.
- Provision of emergency obstetrical services, such as cesarean sections.
- Care for medical complications that arise during pregnancy, childbirth and shortly after birth for the woman and her newborn.
- Care for sexual transmitted diseases.
- Family planning.
- Care for women who experience miscarriage or stillbirth.
- Laboratory Services
Total number of monthly beneficiaries is 5000 to 6000 over 4 JHASi clinics distributed in different area (Zones) inside the camp distributed to the previously mentioned services.