We have added three families to our expanding food voucher program this month. These families, like all the victims of violent conflict we serve, live in extreme poverty as they await the next step.
This past Saturday, 50 children in the CRP community spent the afternoon listening to Syrian storytellers share folk tales and traditional stories from Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
English classes are in full swing! Last week we began a new session of classes to accommodate many more interested students!
Home visits are integral because they allow us to better understand the needs of our community and respond quickly. This week we visited Hashem, Lubna, and their six young children in their home.
Community members who have benefited from CRP’s weekly yoga classes are eager to learn how to lead yoga themselves.
A few weeks ago, two of our Partners in Repair hosted a Table to Table event at their home in Amman. Julie and Jessica created their own version of T2T — calling it “Ladies 2 Ladies.”
Many new teens have joined our teen group in the past few months, so we decided it was time for a road trip! Thanks to Dynamix In Jordan, our teen group had a great day hiking in a canyon near the Dead Sea.
Maher and his wife Areej left Syria and arrived in Jordan in early 2013, but only recently were put in touch with CRP. Both Maher and Areej are suffering from health problems directly related to the conflict in Syria.
International Women’s Day is March 8th! IWD is a day set apart to celebrate the achievements of women worldwide and call for further change.
Weekly domino night at CRP has become increasingly popular as more of the neighboring community learns about the opportunity to get out of their homes and chat with friends.