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When people think of heroes, they often think of superheroes in comic books and in movies, like Spiderman, or firefighters and doctors who protect lives everyday. But you don’t have to have superpowers or to save lives to be a hero—the refugees we see everyday at CRP show us a different kind of hero.
They have left their homes, jobs, and communities behind to keep their loved ones safe. They live in situations of uncertainty, but still devote themselves to their own development. They are permanent strangers in Jordan, but still contribute to the community.
This month, we are highlighting a few heroes in our community who have undergone great hardship.
Leads trainings on family violence at CRP
Makes it her mission to show compassion to everyone she meets
Finished his PhD as a refugee in Jordan
Advocates for other refugees in the community
Co-leads CRP’s Teen Group
Hala and Hind
Mother-daughter pair who are always willing to try new activities
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