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In 2015, the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2250 (UNSCR 2250) on Youth, Peace and Security (YPS) was unanimously adopted by its member states. This resolution was one of a kind since it was groundbreaking for all young people around the world because it recognized for the first time “the important and positive contribution of youth in efforts for the maintenance and promotion of peace and security”. 


In 2017, the Jordan Youth Peace and Security 2250 National Coalition was launched. It consists of 22 member organizations representing government, UN Agencies, INGOs, NGOs, academia and 24 youth members from all over Jordan working in multiple ways for peace and security across the Kingdom. The YPS 2250 Coalition operates under the umbrella of the Ministry of Youth, with UNFPA and Generations For Peace co-chairing the Secretariat.


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في عام 2015 ، تم اعتماد قرار مجلس الأمن التابع للأمم المتحدة رقم 2250 (UNSCR 2250) بشأن الشباب والسلام والأمن (YPS) بالإجماع من قبل الدول الأعضاء فيه. كان هذا القرار فريدًا من نوعه لأنه كان رائدًا لجميع الشباب في جميع أنحاء العالم لأنه اعترف لأول مرة "بالمساهمة المهمة والإيجابية للشباب في الجهود المبذولة للحفاظ على السلام والأمن وتعزيزهما".


في عام 2017 ، تم إطلاق الائتلاف الوطني للشباب الأردني للسلام والأمن 2250. والذي يتألف من 22 منظمة تمثل الحكومة ومنظمات الأمم المتحدة والمنظمات غير الحكومية الدولية والمنظمات غير الحكومية والأوساط الأكاديمية و 24 شابًا من جميع أنحاء الأردن يعملون بطرق متعددة من أجل السلام والأمن في جميع أنحاء المملكة. يعمل ائتلاف YPS 2250 تحت مظلة وزارة الشباب، ويترأس أمانته العامة بالمشاركة كل من صندوق الأمم المتحدة للسكان وهيئة أجيال السلام.


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As part of Youth Task Force “YTF '' video series on the Compact for Young People in Humanitarian Action: Stories from Zaatari Camp for Syrian Refugees- Jordan.  This film highlights the key action around “Services”. The Compact promotes the increased age- and gender responsive and inclusive programmes that contribute to the protection, health and development of young women, young men, girls and boys within humanitarian settings;  The film showcases examples of youth services in Zaatari Camp. Among 37 community centers in the camp, 19 of them are youth and adolescents centers distributed in 12 districts in the camp. The provides services includes: The services includes informal education, vocational trainings, recreational activities, sports, art, theater, self development, basic life skills, employability skills, psycho-social support 

Aiming to enhance service delivery for adolescents and youth in the camp, The Youth Task Force in Zaatari is piloting the global interagency guideline to assist humanitarian actors in the camp to programme with and for young people, building on the potential of young people, and laying the foundation for adolescents and youth to continue contributing positively to their communities in the longer term.     


As part of Youth Task Force “YTF '' video series on the Compact for Young People in Humanitarian Action: Stories from Zaatari Camp for Syrian Refugees- Jordan.  This film highlights the key action around “Data”. The Compact calls its members to ensure the generation and use of age and sex- disaggregated data pertaining to adolescents and youth in humanitarian settings. And to support adolescent- and youth-led and community-driven monitoring and accountability of humanitarian responses.

The film showcases examples advocating for generating data and knowledge sharing on youth in Humanitarian Settings. For example, the YTF in Zaatari Camp chaired by UNFPA and NRC works toward providing a platform for knowledge sharing, and generating relevant data and information focusing on youth in Humanitarian settings. For example the YTF conducted a mapping for youth services in the camp and worked with UNHCR and Blumont on generating an Interactive map for the services that is available online: https://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=10e992b0caf14f12a3...

The data was used to enrich a Dashboard for the data.https://ird-jor.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/999d454ae3...


As part of Youth Task Force “YTF” video series on the Compact for Young People in Humanitarian Action: Stories from Za'atari Camp for Syrian Refugees- Jordan.  This film highlights the key action around “Capacity”.  The compact call for building the capacity of young people, and support youth-led organizations to engage in humanitarian response. Also it calls member organizations to recognize and strengthen young people’s capacities and capabilities to be effective humanitarian actors in prevention, preparedness, response and recovery, and empower and support local youth-led initiatives and organizations in humanitarian response, such as those targeting affected youth, including young refugees and internally displaced persons living in informal urban settlements and slums.


This film highlights the key action around “Participation” inline with the International Youth Day 2020 theme. The Compact calls for Youth Co-design programmes and proposals with adolescent and youth groups and, where possible, include a budget for their projects in agency budgets. In addition to their active engagement in humanitarian coordination structures.


The Nairobi Statement was formulated after six months of global consultations led by the International Steering Committee on ICPD25, with hundreds of organizations and thousands of people involved. It provides a global framework for the formulation of government and partner commitments. Since it is non-binding, countries and other stakeholders may choose to support the Nairobi Statement in its entirety, in part, or not at all. In no way does supporting the Nairobi Statement infringe upon national sovereignty.





UNFPA has supported the Y-PEER network in Jordan since 2009. During this time, many of the youth members have grown to be advocates for the SRHR and GBV agendas in different roles all over Jordan. This short film captures the stories of five Y-PEER members and their individual journeys for the last ten years.


إذا كانت الأم مريضة جداً بحيث لا تقدر على إرضاع طفلها طبيعياً، ينبغي تشجيعها على استخراج لبن الثدي وإعطائه للطفل عن طريق كوب و/أو ملعقة نظيفة – مع ارتداء قناع، وغسل اليدين قبل وبعد ملامسة الطفل، وتنظيف/تطهير الأسطح الملوثة.


يجب على الأمهات اللاتي ظهرت عليهنَّ الأعراض، وما زلن يتمتعنَ بصحة جيدة تُمكّنهنّ من الإرضاع طبيعياً، وَضْع قناعٍ عند الاقتراب من الطفل (بما في ذلك في أثناء الإرضاع)، وغسل اليدين قبل وبعد ملامسة الطفل (وقبل وبعد إرضاعه)، وتنظيف/تطهير الأسطح الملوثة.


لا ينبغي فصل النساء المرضعات عن أطفالهنَّ حديثي الولادة، إذ لا يوجد دليلٌ يُظهر أنَّ فيروسات الجهاز التنفسي يمكن أن تنتقل عن طريق حليب الأم، وفقاً لليونيسف. ويُمكن للأم مواصلة إرضاع طفلها طبيعياً، طالما اتُخذت الاحتياطات اللازمة.