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Ebtisam and Khaleeda’s Story: Support for Parents

The ways families choose to raise their children varies from one to the next, but what if your family is unconventional? Kids growing up in Jordan might take access to education for granted or expect...

Majeda’s Story

With few opportunities to earn money, refugees living in Jordan are often unable to buy fresh and healthy food for their families. Without healthy food options, the risk of developing health issues increases. Recently, subsidies...

Kids Dance: Breaking Gender Stereotypes

The After-School club program is one of the most popular programs at CRP. Kids from ages 6-12, have the chance to enjoy different activities after school, make new friends, and have fun in a safe...

Lamia’s Story: Healing by Helping

To help others is significant, and important for Collateral Repair Project. To help urban refugees and needy Jordanians to heal, grow and rebuild their lives is our philosophy as an organization. Five years ago, Lamia,...

Munah’s story: Yemen to Jordan

Yemen’s capital city Sanaa’ has been inhabited for nearly 2,500 years. The small country lies to the south of Saudi Arabia with a sea border between the eastern and western civilizations that have made it...

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...