In Jordan, mVAM is conducted monthly among a sample of around 1,000 Syrian and non-Syrian refugee households among the general refugee population in host communities. mVAM follows a “rolling panel” approach whereby a percentage of respondents is retained from the previous month to strengthen the robustness of results. Click on the link to see the data.
WFP Jordan: Mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping Dashboard - July/August 2020
mVAM is WFP’s mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping project that uses mobile technology to remotely monitor household food security and nutrition, and food market-related trends in real-time, providing high-frequency, gender-disaggregated and operationally relevant data that supports humanitarian decision-making.