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Canary Islands, Salt Sores, Knee Injury, and What It Has to Do With CRP

This story has an incredible opening line: Did you know that more people have climbed Mount Everest than rowed across the Atlantic Ocean? Even more importantly, this story has one incredible man at the center of it:...

At CRP, Professional Development Doesn’t Stop During COVID-19

Over 3,800 applications, 154 humanitarian professionals, and 48 countries: this is the scope of work of National NGO Program on Humanitarian Leadership (NNPHL), a consortium consisting of Concern Worldwide, The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, and International...

CRP Youth Education Programs Director Reflects on Life at CRP

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...

2020 Julia Taft Fund Awards CRP for Women’s Livelihoods Programs

Collateral Repair Project (CRP) is pleased to announce that we have been selected to receive an award of $25,000 from the U.S. Embassy in Jordan through the Julia Taft Refugee Fund. The Fund, awarded by the...

CRP Grants Officer Reflects on Life at CRP

This has been a long and difficult summer since the coronavirus upended everything, not only for CRP but for everyone in Jordan and in the world. I have been with CRP for nearly two years...

CRP Receives Support from the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives

CRP is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant from the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) from the Embassy of Canada in Jordan and Global Affairs Canada. This funding will support CRP...

A Message from Our Executive Director

Dear CRP supporters, A big hello to you! I'm writing with heartfelt and warm thoughts that I'm sending your way in a time that seems challenging everywhere I turn. I hope you're managing ok and continuing to...

Empowering Refugees to Cope with Strict Lock-down in Jordan

Love Life, Love Learning - the Mantra of Every Refugee at CRP “We spend hours reminiscing about good old days in Syria,” said Essam, describing his family’s day-to-day routine during the COVID-19 outbreak. Fueled by hopes...

Iraqi Displaced Woman Finds Comfort in Art

Noor is an ambitious young lady who’s been a great participant in so many programs which CRP offers, such as Painting, English, Calligraphy, Wood Carving, and Glass Engraving. “Painting Class is my favorite! It has been...

CRP Donor Urges Others to Show Compassion for Refugees: “They are our neighbors”

Every donor is very important to us. Your kindness and generosity means the world to us. We want to thank you for your constant support because we really wouldn’t be able to do what we...