In honor of World Refugee Day today, June 20th, we are partnering with the Advocacy Project and Global Giving to raise money for the Women’s Hope Workshop.
Eid al-Adha is a holiday celebrating the end of Hajj, where Muslims complete one of the Five Pillars of Islam by traveling to Mecca and following in the steps of the Prophet Mohammed.
At CRP, we give children various activities and organized events that will teach them to love and respect each other, themselves, their families, and the people that surround them.
The Hope Workshop at CRP is a women’s craft cooperative that brings refugee women together to design and market hand-made crafts in local bazaars throughout Amman.
“What I like most about Christmas is going to Church,” says Jamal, who comes from Iraq and takes part in CRP’s After-School Club. “I always like going to Church because I like the singing, it’s...
Currently, CRP distributes food vouchers to the Sudanese community. However, the neighborhood is already highly underserved by aid organizations and CRP’s funding is limited.
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This month, we are hosting an experienced yoga instructor who is leading intensive yoga workshops for men, women, teens, and children to address psychosocial issues and promote mindfulness and wellness.
A group of CRP’s children recently attended a performance of "Frogz" put on by a group from Portland, Oregon.
Essam and and his son Maher fled Syria to Jordan and are learning to cut hair at CRP's Barbershop program. Designed to increase refugees' livelihood, the program also gives people back a sense of purpose. . .