Humanitarian Information Needs Assessment: Zaatari Refugee Camp, Jordan

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Jacobo Quintanilla, Internews Director of Humanitarian Information Projects

Syrian refugees in the Zaatari camp in northern Jordan are living in an information void, left in the dark about what is happening in Syria and around them in the camp. This void affects their capacity to access aid services and increases their level of frustration and discontent. This is one of the main conclusions of the rapid information and communication needs assessment among Syrian refugees conducted by Internews in the Zaatari camp in September 2012.

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