I have been managing CRP's youth programs since 2017. My role focuses on supporting the education and wellbeing of refugees and vulnerable Jordanian youth. We offer a variety of programs for youth of all ages...
Along with the many coats and winter packages we've distributed to families, we've also been giving out fuel vouchers.
We are so excited to announce that we have received a grant from Dining for Women (DFW), a US-based, non-profit giving circle dedicated to empowering women and girls living in extreme poverty.
Back to school week has started and with it comes the energy of new beginnings. We’ve had a busy first few weeks of school here in Hashemi Shemali. Here are some of our weekly programs for fall.
Over the next few weeks, we will be featuring other women who were a part of the Hope Workshop this summer. Roa'a, a member from our summer cooperative, shares her story.
CRP is always happy to welcome visitors interested in learning more about our work and the issues facing refugees in Jordan. This week, a group of students from Arab Model Schools in Amman paid us a visit.
Over the course of the computer class, Mr. Ivin’s patience, encouragement, and simple program illustrations have provided Haneen with new-found confidence.
While primary healthcare services are provided by the UNHCR in refugee camps, the lack of available facilities in urban areas is a major concern for displaced and stateless individuals.
CRP introduced a new educational program aiming at increasing social cohesion between different social groups in Amman. It brings togeher Jordanians and refugees in order to discuss important social issues.
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...