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2021 – Food Security Outcome Monitoring – beneficiaries in communities
This factsheet provides a summary of the main findings of a Food Security Outcome Monitoring (FSOM) exercise conducted in March 2021 covering households living in the community.

During Q1 2021, WFP Jordan responded to the food needs of 512,524 refugees,

including 258,005 females and 254,519 males, through the provision of monthly

food assistance in the form of cash-based transfers. Assistance was provided

in both host communities and camps, covering 401,763 refugees living in

communities and 110,761 refugees living in camps. To ensure that assistance is

effective, efficient, relevant, and aligned with organizational commitments

towards protection and inclusion, the WFP Jordan Country Office conducts

quarterly food security outcome monitoring (FSOM) exercises covering WFP

beneficiaries in Jordan. This factsheet provides a summary of the main

findings for communities from the FSOM Q1 2021 conducted in March 2021 and

covering the first quarter (Q1) of 2021. The findings and conclusions presented

in this document provide the evidence base for effective data-driven

decision-making for WFP and partners with the goal of improving program

quality and accountability.