Main navigation

Syria crisis: Micro-projects completed

With THW’s official handing over of three ambulance vehicles to the Jordan relief organisation Jordan Health Aid Society (JHAS), three micro-projects could be completed in Jordan. Besides the ambulance vehicles, a generator for the provision of emergency power at the hospital of Dleil was also handed over.

In the future, the organisation JHAS will use the ambulance for the transport of ill and injured people from the camp of Za´atari to the nearby hospital of Dleil. Furthermore, they will allow the transport of injured Syrian refugees directly from the border to hospitals in the proximity. Mr Qais Jardat, honorary Vice-President of JHAS and deputy department head at the Jordan health ministry, expressed his thanks for the Germany support and called the ambulance vehicles an “excellent help for the quick emergency care of Syrian refugees”. With the financial means of the Foreign Office and in cooperation with Jordan relief organisations, THW has realised several micro-projects for the direct and indirect benefit of Syrian refugees.


THW has operated in Jordan since April. The Federal Ministry of the Interior commissioned THW not only to deal with the increasing influx of refugees, but, at the request of the Foreign Office, instructed the authority in July to support Jordan authorities and relief organisations in building the refugee camp near the Jordan town of Za’atari, by cooperating with UNHCR. Meanwhile, the tent town accommodates more than 30,000 refugees.

  • JHAS-Vice-President, Mr Qais Jaradat, and THW-project coordinator, Mr Andreas Heinrich, during the handing over of the ambulance vehicles. (show image)

Alle vom THW zur Verfügung gestellten Bilder sind honorarfrei und dürfen unter Angabe der Quelle "THW" für die Berichterstattung über das THW und das Thema Bevölkerungsschutz verwendet werden. Alle Rechte am Bild liegen beim THW. Anders gekennzeichnete Bilder fallen nicht unter diese Regelung.

Additional information

More news with region

Your Opinion

Please let us know what you like or what you do not like. We are open to ideas, are pleased with your praise and take your criticism seriously. Please give us your feedback!

Give a Feedback

KalenderTermineIm November 2017

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
    01. November 02. November 03. November 04. November 05. November
06. November 07. November 08. November 09. November 10. November 11. November 12. November
13. November 14. November 15. November 16. November 17. November 18. November 19. November
20. November 21. November 22. November 23. November 24. November 25. November 26. November
27. November 28. November 29. November 30. November      

All events

Navigation and service