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 Interactive Dashboard
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.