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This evaluation report of UNICEF’s Psychosocial Support Response for Syrian Children in Jordan was conducted by Antares Foundation team (Albertien van der Veen, Reem AbuKishk, Shadi Bushnaq, Orso Muneghina, Reem Rawdha and Tineke van Pietersom) under the supervision of guidance Farhod Kamidov, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer and Muhammad Rafiq Khan, Child Protection Specialist (CPiE).This is achieved through community-supported child and adolescent friendly spaces (CFSs)1 and community-based child protection mechanisms and processes. Currently, in its fourth year of operation as part of the Syria crisis, UNICEF considers it an opportune moment to take stock of the programme’s overall effectiveness to date and in so doing to inform its future.

Child Friendly Spaces (CFS),  psychosocial support,  Children,  Jordan,  Refugees,