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Eid Mubarak from CRP!

This week marks one of the most important holidays of the year in Jordan--and CRP Summer Camp wasted no time celebrating.You might be thinking to yourself, "Wait, didn't Eid already happen?" Well yes, and no--there...

Lions and Tigers and Art! Oh my!

At CRP, we are always looking for creative projects that allow community members a space to come together through self-expression. We especially like anything that celebrates the diversity of our community and highlights CRP’s values. This...

Ever been a fish out of water?

A diwaniya is a traditional Arab concept where men gather in someone's front room and discuss current affairs. Once a week, men from our local community gather for CRP's diwaniya to discuss topics such as...

This is a time of reflection.

Last week we hosted Iftar at CRP's Downtown center . If you are like me before I moved to Jordan, you might be asking yourself "What is Iftar?" Iftar is the meal that people eat when breaking the fast...

CRP’s special guest

"CRP is one of the only organizations in Jordan which serves people regardless of nationality,” explains Amanda Lane, our Executive Director. If someone wants to raise awareness of the many issues minority refugees face here, CRP is...

A Day In The Life (Of A CRP Intern)!

Today we caught up with Ila, who has been our Communications Intern for the past four months. She walked us through a typical day in her life in Amman, which includes several coffees, playtime with...

A Look into Karam’s Playlist!

Everyone here knows Karam. He's been a community member, a volunteer, and now an intern at our Hashemi community center. He sat down with us to share about a passion (and great talent) of his--music!...

Here’s how you are changing lives in Jordan this February

So what's been going on at CRP, you ask? How is your support making a difference for people in our community? Let me just share a bit of what's been going on to give you...

A Traditional Recipe from our Community!

At CRP, the vast majority of our staff are local, and share a connection with our community members that includes custom, tradition, history, and most importantly. . . food! Recently we caught up with Ghaith, a key...

Why is Mental Health Support for Families at CRP So Important?

Many of the families who come to CRP are dealing with trauma that risks seriously affecting their interpersonal relationships. The majority initially came to Jordan as refugees and often struggle to cope with the practical...