In partnership with UNICEF, MECI provides comprehensive and multi-integrated services for refugee and vulnerable children, youth and adults across various communities in Jordan. The program is implemented within Public Schools.
MECI aims to equip children and youth with critical academic knowledge and social skills to ensure their academic and behavioral growth as positive actors of their future, along with addressing community protection and engagement questions.

The project is managed from Jordan Office in Amman, implemented across 4 central and northern governorates of Jordan, across 9 cities of Irbid, Ramtha, Salt, Fheis, Mahes, Jerash, Naur, Sahab, and Amman


*Academic learning support services for children aged 6-12 in Arabic, math, English *Psychosocial Support for children aged 6-12 in the form of Arts, Physical Education coupled to Life Skills *Children aged 6-12 benefit from field trips every semester *Child Protection services through awareness sessions for children and referral services to case management organizations *Youth aged 13-24 receives 30-hours life skills trainings and implement youth-led community engagement initiatives *Program student families attend awareness sessions on community issues related to child protection, education, health.. etc. *Child Protection Committees are estbalished and meet every month to connect program efforts with local realities and needs *Social cohesion events are held every semester bringing community members of various originis together in participatory activities