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2021 – Mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping – Refugees in community

Author: WFP Jordan Monitoring and Evaluation
mVAM is WFP’s mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping project that uses mobile technology to remotely monitor household food security and nutrition, and related trends in real-time, providing high-frequency, gender-disaggregated and operationally relevant data that supports humanitarian decision-making.

WFP Jordan conducts a monthly mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (mVAM) exercise which collects and analyzes vulnerability data for a representative sample of refugees and Jordanian households in communities. This factsheet provides a summary of the primary findings for refugee households living in the communities drawn from data collected as part of mVAM exercise conducted in JUNE 2021