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Provide a family of 4 with
basic needs for a month
Basic needs and internet
for 3 families of 4 for a month
You have helped support over 13,000 children and 8000 families in the last 15 years. The pandemic and an uncertain future may see these numbers drop. We have over 500 families on our emergency aid waiting list and we do not have the funds to support them. They need you now more than ever.
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Emergency Assistant for 8693 families with 13,568 kids
357 courses in various fields
CRP provides trauma therapy sessions for refugees
Who We Are
Building a Resilient Community
Collateral Repair Project (known locally as ‘CRP’) is a grassroots NGO based in Amman, Jordan that focuses on developing functioning communities for refugees in the area. As well as providing needs-based assistance in the form of food vouchers, mattresses, and other materials, CRP aims to foster a sense of belonging within displaced communities in a cultural centre that has recently become a home for many. Our two community centres offer vibrant and safe spaces for individuals, groups, and families to establish themselves in a new context and re-build social ties. Through these centres, we offer many educational and enrichment programs, including English classes, computer and skills-based training, leadership courses, women’s empowerment courses, and a range of youth development programs, all with the aim of empowering refugees to create comfortable and stable lives in these new but flourishing communities.
STORIES FROM OUR COMMUNITY
Collateral Repair Project (CRP) is a grassroots effort to bring much-needed assistance to refugees and other victims of war and conflict—those commonly referred to as “collateral damage.” We run an Emergency-Assistance Program that provides food vouchers, fuel, mattresses, and other materials to refugees who do not receive aid or have their basic needs covered. We also manage a vibrant Community Center, where families can rebuild social ties and participate in activities such as English classes, support groups, computer training, and wellness sessions.
We are located in Amman, Jordan—temporary home to hundreds of thousands of Iraqi and Syrian refugees.
CRP is a 501(c) (3) nonproﬁt organization.