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Wesaal and Essam: Finding Hope for the Future

Being a teenager is hard, but for refugees, it’s even harder. Not only do they have to explore their identity and make important life choices, but they also have to battle mental and emotional traumas...

CRP’s Grant Writing Team

Every Monday, the grants team at CRP gathers for their weekly meeting, chairs pulled together and computers at the ready. The atmosphere is light, but without this small group, much of CRP’s programming would not...

Raa’d’s Story: From Gamer to Teacher

Raa’d is an English teacher at CRP. He originally started as a student in the English program's advanced level. His English improved to the point of being able to teach the beginner level. Raa’d fled...

ICDL Coding Class for Women at CRP

Computer skills may not seem like something that is necessary to refugees, and it definitely isn’t something that they can easily have access to. “Some of the women who started the first ICDL class didn’t know...

Refugees Tell Their Stories on CRP’s Podcast

CRP invites you to take the time to get to know our beneficiaries in their own words, so that you can hear the stories of the people here. We created our podcast to tell these...

Building a Healthy Work Environment at CRP

Last week, a group of psychologists from Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (German Society for International Cooperation, commonly known as GIZ). set up a three-day training program at CRP that focuses on ways to support...

Health Care and Refugees in Jordan

One of the biggest issues that refugees face is lack of access to health care, with all the expenses piling up: rent, heat, and food. Refugees are not able to afford to go to the...

CRP’s After-School Club, a Combination of Learning and Having Fun

The After-School Club program is one of the most popular programs at CRP. Kids ages 6-12 enjoy different activities after school, make friendships, and have fun in a safe and productive environment. Activities at ASC...

CRP’s First Interns of 2019!

These new interns come from a lot of different places, have very diverse educational backgrounds and bring a lot of valuable information to the table. Read more about their motivation and goals and what YOU can do to help!

Hope Workshop’s Impact on the Local Community

One of CRP's core principles is to help anyone in need, regardless of nationality. Read on to learn how Hope Workshop has helped a Jordanian woman find a new hobby and a community of like-minded sisters. . .