Relocated Identities is a multimedia project realized by INTERSOS and funded by the European Commission's Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO) as part of the action called “Leveraging protection monitoring and emergency cash to overcome the legal challenges of extremely vulnerable Syrian refugees in Jordan, and the challenges related to harsh weather conditions of extremely vulnerable Syrian and Jordanian households (HHs)”.

Objective of the action is to contribute towards enhancing protection and promoting safety in a dignified manner for extremely vulnerable Syrian refugees in Jordan.

The action aims to improve access to documentation/registration (UNHCR certificate, MoI card, marriage, death and birth certificates) for extremely vulnerable Syrian refugees with challenges and/or legal complex issues, thus mitigating the associated protection and safety risks. Cases with lack of legal documentation will also be supported with recurrent cash assistance. The action also aims to provide vulnerable Syrian and Jordanian HHs with assistance to mitigate the impact of winter harsh conditions.

A consortium formed by INTERSOS and the International Catholic Migration Commission has been established to implement this action. The consortium guarantees geographical coverage; deep knowledge of needs and gaps; proven and effective collaboration; coordination with relevant stakeholders.

Identification of beneficiaries is guided by common criteria developed during the winterization intervention and taken from the Vulnerability Assessment Framework, with focus on protection risks and threats and legal challenges; while assistance is needs-based and provided according to national SOPs.

The European Union and its Member States are a leading global donor of humanitarian aid. Through the European Commission's Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO), the EU helps over 120 million victims of conflict and disasters every year. With headquarters in Brussels and a global network of field offices, ECHO provides assistance to the most vulnerable people solely on the basis of humanitarian needs, without discrimination of race, ethnic group, religion, gender, age, nationality or political affiliation