- 1,000 beneficiaries reached
- 10,000 patients vaccinated
- 12,000 consultations with patients conducted
- 96 health care providers trained
- NCD registry established
Between 2020-2021, WDF20-1770 worked to support the national COVID-19 preparedness and response in Jordan, supporting NCD (non-communicable diseases) patients among refugees and vulnerable host populations.
In the second phase, WDF21-1825, Royal Health Awareness Society will continue to target vulnerable groups with NCDs affected by the COVID-19 crisis, with enhanced focus on promoting registration for the COVID-19 vaccine through strengthened risk- and health communications, as well as helping the Ministry of Health (MoH) establish a national NCD registry, medication delivery service, and health teleconsultation system.
The second phase will respond to the increased demand for COVID-19 vaccines created during phase one. It will focus on the supply and roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine, while 'building back better' in the Jordanian context during the health system and services recovery process. The implementation of the project will promote a focus on COVID-19 and NCDs by the public health system in Jordan, especially at the primary health care and community levels, whereby COVID-19 and NCDs are prevented and managed for refugee populations and Jordanians through an integrated national response and COVID-19 vaccine roll-out by the MoH.