The Japanese Ambassador to Jordan and the director of United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) Hub in Amman, have attended meetings with medical staff throughout Jordan in order to support the development of the health sector in the country.
After the reopening of the Jaber/Nassib border crossing between Syria and Jordan, which has been closed for three years, Jordanians began flocking to the Syrian capital, Damascus, for tourism and trading.
A displaced Christian family from Qaraqosh recall how they fled their city after ISIS' invasion. The family currently suffers from displacement as no organisation looks after them in their home in Amman.
The United Nations has expressed its deep concern with the Syrian Government's offensive in Southern Syria. The Army's battle against Deraa rebels has displaced 270,000 people in Syria's south, with thousands stuck at Jordan border.